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1973-1989 




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Administration 



Mr. Charles P. Littlefield 
Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. Michael Muffs 
Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. Marilyn Harris 
Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

Arthur Nicholson 
Principal 

Sheila Cunningham 
Assistant Principal 

A. Steven Francis 
Assistant Principal 




Faculty/Staff 




Joseph Austin 

Head Occupational/ 

Vocational Dept. 



Alton Bailey 
Guidance Department 



Carol Bailey 
Physical Education 



Gary Banks 
Special Education 



Susan Barraclough 

Occupational/ 

Vocational Dept. 




MAT r> 




David Belliveau 


Karen Bergeron 


Kevin Bibeau 


Patricia Borucki 


Richard Bowers 


Science 


Physical Education 


industrial Technology 


Occupational/ 
Vocational Dept. 


Head Fine Arts 
Department 




Linda Boxleitner 


Richard Brain 


Dean Brouder 


Daniel Burton 


Judy Cade 


English 


Occupational/ 
Vocational Dept. 


English 


Science 


Head Home 
Economics 




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Joseph Caruso 
Foreign Language 



Diane Climo 
Special Education 



Janice Collamore 
TEP 



Marie Comeau 
Math 



William Connery 
English 





Nancy Cook 
Bilingual 



Elaine Crane 
English 



William Cullen 
Guidance Department 



Richard Czarnec 

Head Industrial 

Technology 



Diane Dandreta 
Social Studies 




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Adele Demers 
Guidance Department 



Gary Dionne 
Special Education 



Jacqueline Dirsa 
Math 



Marilyn Dufton 
Secretarial Staff 



Ann Eckman 
Math 




Charles Eksoozian 
Title I 



Paul Fiorentini 
Social Studies 



Mary Ann Flynn 
Head Title 1 



Joseph Forseze 
Science 



Robert Fradette 
Head Math Department 




Linda Friel 
Head Media Services 



Roger Fuller 
Science 



Gerard Gagne 

Head Language 

Department 



Joanne Gallagher 
Math 



Helen Gorman 
Special Education 




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William Gosselin 


Patrice Grande 


Kathy Greene 


Carolyn Griffin 


Shaun Gurry 


Head Physical 


TEP 


Occupational/ 


Special Education 


English 


Education 




Vocational Dept. 








Douglas Hallbauer 
English 



Karen Hallbauer 
Foreign Language 



Jennifer Hay 
Science 



James Healy 
Social Studies 



Daniel Herlihy 
English 




Judith Hiller 


Kenneth Hoffman 


Alvin Huebner 


Michael Hughes 


Sherri Isbister 


Math 


Media 


Head Guidance 
Department 


Head Social Studies 


Fine Arts 



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Edward Kelley 
Industrial Technology 




Mary Coleman 

Kennedy 

Special Education 



Elizabeth Keroach 

Head English 

Department 




Dennis King 
Science 




Larry Klimas 
Physical Education 




Ann Marie Krusell 


Sharon Landers 


Milton Lebowitz 


Carol Levesque 


Leonie Longshore 


English 


Special Education 


Occupational/ 
Vocational Dept. 


Foreign Language 


English 





Linda Lyons 


Jean Matthes 


Peter Mazzaglia 


James McDermott 


Occupational/ 


Essential Skills 


Science 


Physical Education 


'ocational Dept. 










Susan McGrath 
Math 



Marion Minahan 
Head Secretarial Staff 



John Moore 
Head Science 



Marianne Moran 
Math 



Margaret Moynihan 
Librarian 




John Nigrelli 
Social Studies 



Mario Pagnoni 

Occupational/ 

Vocational Dept. 



Walter Pare 

Occupational/ 

Vocational Dept. 



Jody Pellat 
Home Economics 



AnnMarie Pinet 
English 





Frank Rapisardi 
Social Studies 



Trudy Redmond 
Special Education 



Rhonda Rhumshottel 
Math 



Sylvia Robichaud 
Secretarial Staff 



Joseph Robillard 
Physical Education 




Robert Rosmarino 
Social Studies 



Peter Salemi 
Science 



Tony Sanderson 
Guidance 



Carol Scalera 
Social Studies 



James Shamberger 
Industrial Technology 




Ellen Sicard 


Jennifer Smith 


Donald Smith 


Steven Sudol 


Beverly Taylor 


Secretarial Staff 


English 


Social Studies 


Occupational/ 
Vocational Dept. 


Foreign Language 





Judy Toscano 
Social Studies 



Maureen Troianello 
Math 



Brian Urquhart 
Health 



Kathy Van Horn 
Foreign Language 



Susan Wagner 
Fine Arts 




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Patricia Walsh 


David Whiting 


Cindy Wilcock 


Frank Yelle 


Carol Young 


Occupational/ 
'ocational Dept. 


Social Studies 


Foreign Language 


Math 


Special Education 




John Ziminski 
Science 



Special Thanks To . 



Mr. 
Moore 




The yearbook staff would 
like to thank Mr. Moore fori 
putting up with us this 
year. Although he wasn't 
counting on being our ad- 
visor, he came through for; 
us and did the job when 
we desperately needed 
his help. Thanks for com- 
ing to our rescue Mr. 
Moore! 



Mr. Nick 



Mr. Whitin: 





What more can we possibly say about Mr. Nick . . . 
Methuen High's principal and everyone's friend. Thanks 
for all your efforts to help us during our years at Methuen 
High. 



The graduating class of 1991 would especially like to 
thank our advisor, Mr. David Whiting. Thanks for making 
our senior year a "time to remember". 



O R G A N I Z A T I N S 




Senior Class Officers 




Junior Class Officers 



(1 to r) Beth Licciardi (P), Shanna Lynch (VP), Heather Park (T), Keith Poulin (S) 




(1 to r) Kevin Francis (VP), David Williams (T), Matt Gebo (S), Chris 
Rodgers (P) 



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Freshman Class 
Officers 



Sophomore Class 
Officers 





(1 to r) Kevin Donahue (P), Craig Richaud (VP), Erin Soley (T), Lorna Mathieu (S) 






to r) Julie Aziz (P), Renee Biancardi (S), Amy McQuilken (T) not 
ictured — Tammy Schubert (VP) 



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Senate 




(Front 1 to r) Lisa Bencivenga, Todd Shevlin, 
Lenore Bencivenga, Stacey Laverriere (P), Bob 
Dorman (VP), Walter Choroco, Tricia Curran. 
Lakkana Soubsub (Middle I to r) Frank Chiola, 
Tracey Sunderland. Nancy Gianni, Sean Donag- 
hue, Kristie Lambalot, Beth Ferland, Brian Col- 
lins, Colleen Kenyon, (Back I to r) Katie Giglio, 
Lynne Sarao, Nino Chiola, Jamie Snow. David 
Cannoll 






Desktop Publishin; 



(Front 1 to r) Jim Pagnoni, Marc Blanchet, Joe Pagnoni, 
(Back 1 to r) Mr. Mario Pagnoni, Greg Wright, Steve DeSi- 
mone, Karen Kalitka, Beth Ferland, Joe Ciancolo 



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(I to r) Beth Ferland. Rachael Cook, Stacey Laver- 
riere. Bob Dorman (Chairman), Julie Sullivan, 
Beanie Tarini, Lisa Bencivenga, Lynne Sarao 



Student Advisory Council 




Debate Club 




(Front 1 to r) Kerrie Belluardo, Mrs. Box- 
leitner, Beanie Tarini (P), Jen Covey (S), 
Chris Leone, Kellie Belluardo, (Back 1 to r) 
Jessica Choroco, John Desmet, Christine 
Nye, Bob Dorman. Gannon Woekel, Curtis 
Moore, Julie Aziz 



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National Honor Society 



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(Front I to r) Kcrrie Belluardo. 
Karen Kalitka, Breda Putnam. 
Katie Gilberti, Ravi Agarwal, 
Marc Angelone, Julie Sullivan, 
Jill Sunderland, Rachael Cook, 
Kellie Belluardo, (Middle I to r) 
Greg Bergeron, Joe Cianciolo. 
Mehmet Cilinger, Greg Wright, 
Derek Ladd, John Desmet, 
Ajay Kuntamukkla, Curtis 
Moore, Sean Donaghue. (Back 
I to r) Jen Simili, Nancy Gianni, 
Kristie Lambalot, Steve DeSi- 
mone, Chris Riccio, Mark 
Zoltko. Bobby Fyrer, Nicole 
Traficante, Julie Stewart, 
Joseph Bretton 



NHS Officers 



(1 to r) Katie Gilberti (S), Julie Sul- 
livan (VP), Marc Angelone (P), 
Ravi Agarwal (H), Jill Sunderland 

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French Honor Society 



(1 to r) Ravi Agarwal, Katie Gilberti, Todd Shevlin, 
Marc Angelone (S), Julie Sullivan (P). Greg Wright, 
Kristina Tarini, Heather Park 




Spanish Honor Society 



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(Front 1 to r) Jen Covey, Melissa 
Monahan, Katie Fleming, Liz 
Grenier, Tracie Bowker, Dan 
Alicea, Luicel Rodriguez (P), 
Kellie Belluardo, (Back 1 to r) 
Kerrie Belluardo, Heather Fish- 
wick, Peter Fournier, Bob Dor- 
man, James Palmieri, John Des- 
met, Karen Kalitka (S), Dawn La- 
vigne, Kim Gaffney 



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International Club 




(First Row I to r) Monia Ata, Julie 
Aziz, Katie Giglio, Jill Packard. 
Rcnee Biancardi, Annie Brown. 
Isobel Burke, Nino Chiola. Rita 
Azzi, (Second Row 1 to r) Heather 
Park, Julie Pawlick. Melissa Mon- 
ahan. Trade Bowker, Katie Flem- 
ing, Michelle' Poirier, co-directors 
James Palmieri + Karen Kalitka,< 
Luicel Rodriguez, Kerrie Belluar- 
do, Kellie Belluardo, Erica Max, 
Semra Endemir, (Third Row I to r): 
Stephanie Billings, Beanie Tarinij 
Julie Sullivan, Katie Gilberti, Erica! 
Weston, Kristen Valcour, Kerri 1 
Williams, Jen Wetmore, Tracey 
Marceau, Colleen McCarthy. Rob 
Debrocke, Kerrie Abate. Jodie 
Gill, Kristie Lambalot, Kelleyi 
Wain, Purvi Patel, (Fourth Row 1 to 
r) Kristen Veno, Gerald Duquette.i 
Chirag Patel, Randy Gurski, Ginai 
Ford, Jennifer Kuchar, Tracy Har- 
greaves, Bryan Girgenti, Iain Col-i 
ler, Jonathan Cote 



Amnesty International 



(Front 1 to r) Erin Galvin, Rania 
Mekhael, Heather Trask, Steph- 
anie Billings, John LaCroix, Chris 
Rodgers, Curtis Moore, (Middle 1 
to r) Lenore Bencivenga, Michelle 
Poirier, Chrisinda Wain, Melissa 
Monhan, Melanie Hoffman, Kel- 
ley Wain, Jodie Gill, Lynn Robi- 
taille, Deirdre Rys, (Back 1 to r) 
Julie Sullivan, Beanie Tarini, Mr. 
Paul Fiorentini, Sabrina Autieri, 
Jill Sunderland. Richelle Martin 




Senior Peerleaders 



j(First Row 1 to r) Nancy Ruhmann, 
; Erin Galvin, Michelle Poirier. Julie 
JSullivan, Sarah Marcoux, Kristina 
JTarini, Jill Sunderland, (Second 
Irow 1 to r) Richelle Martin, Katie 
jFelming, Sylvie Levesque, Rob 
[Niceforo, Dan Alicea, Amie Cia- 
helli, Luicel Rodriguez, Kellie 
Belluardo, (Third Row 1 to r) Breda 
[Putnam, Heather Fishwick, Katie 
pilberti, Kim Gaffney, Karyn 
Regal, Kerrie Belluardo, (Fourth 
Row I to r) Curtis Moore, Marc An- 
belone, Daryl Silva, Julie Pawlick. 
Elsa Leal, Kate Saab, Donna Bo- 
pondoney 




Junior Peerleaders 




Front 1 to r) Carolyn Brouck, Kristen Naroian Kristen 
LeBlanc, Rania Mekhael, Kathy Iannalfo, (Back 1 to r) 
Kristie Lambalot, Robert Fyrer, Julie Rourke Deir- 
dre Rys, Kristen Plotz, Patty Nicoletti 



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front row (l-r) Pal Winn, Ryan Brooks.] 
Kim Bcal, Laurie Hoffman (S), Roy 
DAgata (P), Pete Shipulski. Gannon 
Woekel (VP), Brcnda Pacheco, Mel- 
anie Hoffman; middle (l-r) Jon Ingalls. 
Keith Kryzynski, John McAndrew. 
Niko Koveos. Patrick Steed, Jeff 
Slowick, Rick Schubert, Scott Water- 
worth, Sergio Vieira,/Johanne Smith, 
Kerri Eastman, Michelle Tisbertj 
back (l-r) Ellen Foster, Paige Ouel- 
lette, John Enos, Hal Duffen, Scot! 
Hadley, Mike Eskel, Steve Hadley, 
Michelle Lavin. 



Yearbook Staff 



4th row (l-r) Mike Ferrara, 
Wendy Smith; 3rd row (l-r) Ni- 
cole Strondak, Amanda 
Hughes, Kathy Broadhurst; 
2nd row (l-r) Kris Tarini, Erin 
Galvin, Sarah Marcoux, Laurie 
Berryman; 1st row (l-r) Chad 
Pfeil, Jill Sunderland (Ed), Julie 
Sullivan (Asst. Ed), Chrisinda 
Wain, Tim Chouinard, and Mr. 
Moore. 



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Figure Skating Club 



Dack row (1-r) Allison Lynch, Amy Grelle, 
len Osgood, Erin Sarre, Russ Dagenais, 
„aurie Palermo, Jen Kuchar, Christine 
^eone, Norma Nicoletti; front row (1-r) 
rammy Borucki (S), Michelle Rivera (T), 
Caryn Regal (P), Julie Tomacchio (Cap), 
and Kim Andrew (VP). 



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Dance Club 





back row (1-r) Elizabeth Drew, Amy Grelle, Michelle Rivera, Annie Brown, 
Robin Quinlan; middle row (1-r) Julie Kittredge, Tracy Bellavance, Melissa 
Drew; front row (1-r) Vicki Lebel, Julie Juknavorian, Holly Drew, and Kathy 
lannalfo. 



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Madrigals 




back row (l-r) Ben Hellman, Sieve MacDonald. 
Amanda Autieri, Cortis Moore; middle — Me£| 
anie Michaud; front row (l-r) Kerrie Belluardo, 
Kristen Naroian, and Kellie Belluardo. 



Chorus 



back row (l-r) Ben Hellman, Kurt Kienle, Laura 
Hull, Matt Conley, Curtis Moore; middle row 
(l-r) Tammy Borucki, Sabrina Autieri, Kristine 
Jaber, Catherine Fiorilla, Kristen Naroian, Mel- 
anie Michaud, Nicole Roy; front row (l-r) Lynda 
Arcidiacono, Steve MacDonald, Sam Jeber, 
Brenda Shirton, Amanda Autieri, Kerrie Bel- 
luardo, Amie Cianelli, and Kellie Belluardo. 






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Concert Band 



4th row (l-r) Jodie Sipsey, Jeff Binette, Matt 
Tine, Bill Reilly, Brian Hamman, Nathan 
White, Dennis Boucher, Gerald Douquette, 
Erin Soley; 3rd row (l-r) Melissa Chase, Jenni- 
fer Lutz, Kim Andrews, Natalie Balch, Dave 
Gosselin, Ed Johnson, Kevin Berube, Julie 
Kittredge, John Garand, Scott Bibeau, Mike 
Moreau, David Slipp, Kurt Kienle; 2nd row (l-r) 
Michelle Miller, Christine Corriveau, Misty 
Harvey, Kate Saab, Curtis Moore, Marc Ange- 
lone, Rick Juknavorian, Matt Pavolaitis, Cindy 
Corriveau, Steve MacDonald, Danielle 
Rorare; 1st row (l-r) Jen Hamel, Tracy Bella- 
vance, Holly Drew, Elizabeth Drew, Melissa 
Drew, Dawn Young, Melanie Raymond, Jill 
Packard, Melissa Grieco, and Erin Kelly. 







Jazz Band 



back row (l-r) David Slipp, Steve Mac- 
Donald, Kevin Berube, Kate Saab. Natalie 
Balch, Christine Corriveau, Dennis 
Boucher; front row (l-r) Jill Packard, John 
Garand, Matt Pavolaitis, Curtis Moore, Ed 
Johnson, Marc Angelone, Kim Andrews, 
and Rick Juknavorian. 



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Music Honor Society 

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back row (1-r) Erin Kelley, Natalie 
Balch, Jodie Sipsey, Tracy Bella- 
vance. Melissa Drew; middle row (1-r) 
Kim Andrew, Bill Reilly, Kevin Be- 
rube. David Slipp, Jill Packard, Kathy 
lannalfo; front row (1-r) Kerrie Belluar- 
do, Cindy Agnew, Chris Agnew, Cur- 
tis Moore, Amanda Autieri, Rick 
Juknavorian, Marc Angelone, and 
Kellie Belluardo. 



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Science Club 



front row (1-r) Carl Khalil, Bryan Girgenti (VP), Tracy Hargreaves 
(S), Mike Ferrara (P); middle row (1-r) Benny Kam, Andrea Meile, 
Robin Quinlan (T); back row — Randy Gorski. 



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Art Honor Society 



back row (l-r) Kerri Hebert, Christine Nye, Jack 
Lees, Mike Stumpo; middle row (l-r) Poe Chan, 
Jen Malek, Lakkana Soubsub, Cindy McAndrew, 
Kelly Herdegen, Ms. lsbister; front row (l-r) Me- 
lissa Ventrillo, Chrisinda Wain, Liz Grenier, Holly 
Lakin, Lenore Bencivenga, Niki Ford. 




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(l-r) Holly Lakin (VP), Liz Grenier (P), Ms. lsbister (advisor), not pictured 
— Kelly Hutton (T) and Kelly McDermot (S). 



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Blue and White Staff 




back row (1-r) Ms. Lee Longshore 
assoc. editors — Chrisann Sevoian. 
Carrie Clark, & Jennifer Kuchar, copy 
editors — Heather Park & Katie Gilberti: 
front row (1-r) editor — Amie Cianelli, 
asst. editor — Deirdre Rys, and editor— 
Karyn Regal. 



Lyceum Staff 




back row (1-r) Mike Ferrara, Lynn Robitaille, Melissa Grieco, Mike Dailey, and Riclll 
Juknavorian; middle row (1-r) Corinne Rubin, Deirdre Rys, Christine Leone, and Karerl 
Kalitka; front — Ajay Kuntamukkala (editor). 



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Academic Internship 



(back row (1-r) Diana Diaz, Rita Augusta, 
Shannon Barry, Kim Corsaro, Jen Folley, Mike 
IStumpo. Sylvie Levesque, Paulette Bouras- 
sa; middle row (1-r) Sheela Patel, Nancy 
(Ruhmann, John Nicoletti, Karen Kalitka, 
Karen Regal, Kristen Nimmo, Elsa Leal, Mr. 
Fiorentini; front row (1-r) Ajay Kuntamukkala, 
j Michelle Hirsh, Beth Licciardi, Luicel Rodri- 
guez, Kim Foster, Brenda Shirton, Kerrie 
Belluardo, Kellie Belluardo. 




Child Development II 




back row (1-r) Barbi Churchill, 
Donna Bohondoney, Cara 
Peters, Jessica Thibault, Kerry 
Meehan; front row (1-r) Kathy 
Bova, Brandy Byrnes, Candi 
Beauregard, Kelly Sheehan, 
Dawn Kenyon, Jill Dinati, Ms. Is 
bister. 



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Business Co-op 




front row (l-r) Melissa Monahan, Richelle Martin; back row (l-r) Jill Ouel- 
lette, Vanessa DeLee, Julie Tomacchio. 



back row (l-r) Mrs. Lyons, Beth Major, Krist 
ine Greenwood, Jessica Thibault, Debbie 
Bibeau, Brenda Velez, Joean Serrano, 
Carina LaScola; front row (l-r) Kathy Bova 
Kathie McEneaney, Kathy Broadhurst 
Kerri Sheehan, Dawn Kenyon, Colleen 
McCarthy, Seline Moreno. 



Day Care 



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Co-op Ed 



Dack row (l-r) Kerri Hebert, Thorn 

Siggens, Rick Latulippe, Lea Cos- 

ello, Brenda Bousquet, Dara 

Jndner, Steve Khoury; middle 

ow (l-r) Shauna Max, Jerry Dion, 

Cerry Meehan, Mark Gabryjelski, 

Dave Shiebel, Todd Marassa, 

Ipave Grandmison; front (l-r) Gina 

B^lapolitano, Melissa Baril, Deb Bi- 

fceau, Deidre Jacobson, Dawn 

felanchette, Barbi Churchill, 

lessica Cavarretta, Debbie Bul- 

Inan, Tina Hardy 




GLEC 




back row (l-r) Melissa Drew, Sabrina Autieri, Elizabeth 
Drew, Lorna Mathieu; middle row (l-r) Amanda Autieri, 
Curtis Moore, Jill Danati, Tracey Marceau, Erin Soley, 
Jodie Student; front row (l-r) Rachael Cook (S), Bobby Dor- 
man (T), Joe Bretton, Tricia Curran (P), Kris Tarini, Colleen 
McCarthy (VP). 



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Office Help 





(l-r) Jonathon Cote, Karyn 
Regal, Iain Coller, Julie 
Pawlick, and Kristen 
Nimmo. 



back row (l-r) Kathy Bova, Julie Rourke. Rachael Camp- . 
bell, Jessica Cavaretta, Kim Andrew; front row (l-r) Kathy i 
Broadhurst, Melissa Markey, Danielle Pelletier, Trie iaj 
Curran, Jennifer Kuchar. 



Media Help 



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DC Club 



[1-r) Lorna Mathieu, Remmie Ibraheem, Diana Diaz, 
Sheree Bashford, Robert Cox, Ismael Liriano, Janice 
Bashford, Seline Moreno, and Ms. lsbister. 




Colorguard 




back row (1-r) Michelle Miller, 
Tracy Bellavance. Sylvie Le- 
vesque, Cindy Corriveau, Me- 
lissa Drew, Robin Quinlan; front 
row (1-r) Julie Juknavorian, Holly 
Drew, Amy Grelle. Michelle Ri- 
vera, and Elizabeth Drew. 



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4th row (1-r) Matt Pavolaitis, Karen Kalitka, Kerri Sheehan, Kim Hart, Rita Augusta, Candi Bergeron, Kelly Sheehan, Mac Livingston, 
Mike Stumpo, Jack Lees, John Desmet, Derek Roy, Alan DeLano, Steve Giordano, Kevin Rys; 3rd (1-r) Kris Tarini, Jill Sunderland, 
Ravi Agarwal, Rick Juknavorian, Greg Wright, Karen Kucukistepanoglu, Sarah Marcoux, Misty Harvey, Kate Saab, Sam Jaber, 
Wendy Smith, Julie Sullivan, Pam Bergeron, Christine Nye, Gina Anselmi, Jason Consoli; 2nd (1-r) Marc Angelone, Nicole 
Strondak, Amanda Hughes, Jen Covey, Bob Dorman, Kathy Broadhurst, Shanna Lynch, Todd Shevlin, Stacey Laverriere, Amie 
Cianelli, Kellie Belluardo, Kelly Cavanaugh, Michelle Poirier, Rachael Cook; 1st (1-r) Erin Galvin, Gannon Woekel, Kelly Steele, 
Curtis Moore, Joe Cianciolo, Cindy Corriveau, Sylvie Levesque, Brenda Shirton, Kerrie Belluardo, Amanda Autieri, Lenore Ben- 
civenga, James Estes, Melissa Belluardo. 



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Although the score didn't always 
show it, the varsity football team al- 
ways gave it their all. Earning a 2-6-1 
season record, the team was led by 
tri-captains Dan Alicea, Frank 
Graziano, and Shane Jozokos. A 
School record was set by tri-captain 
Dan Alicea when he scored a total of 
20 points within the first period of 
the game against Lawrence. 



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Boys Cross Country 




(Front L-R) J. Wlodyka, T. Chouinard (Back L-R) K. Foster, C. Richardo, G. Bergeron, ■ 
E. Hall, Coach Dennis King. jpH 




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The 1990 Boys Cross 
Country Team was led by 
captain Jon Wlodyka, who 
was recognized as an All- 
Star for the MVC Small 
School Division. Mr. Dennis 
King coached the team for 
the first time this year. 
Although the boys did not 
have the most successful 
season ever, their en- 
thusiasm and determination 
helped them close the sea- 
son with a victory against 
arch-rival Haverhill. 




Girls' Cross Country 







■ront L-R) B. Grasso, J. Rourke, K. Ploetz (Back L-R) R. lbraham, B. Byrne, J. Crafton, H. Mancini 
oach Robillard 





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The Girls' Cross Country Team finished their 1990 season with a 
record of 2 wins, 8 losses, and O ties. The team was led by co- 
captains Kristen Ploetz and Julie Rourke. Jessica Crafton was 
elected M.V.P. due to her fine effort to place first for the team in 
every race but one, and Julie Rourke was elected the team's most 
improved athlete. 



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Volleyball 





Top L to R: Nicole Traficante, Elaine Smaris, Katie Fleming, Katie Gilberti, Kelley Nelson, Tracy 
Novak, Tracey Sunderland, Coach Kyle Campbell. Bottom L-R: Gina Anselmi, Samantha Antoon, 
Jill Sunderland, Beth Liccardi, Jodi Latulippe, Karin Kucukistepanoglu. 



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Although they did not have a suc- 
cessful season, the Girls' Volleyball 
Team, coached by Kyle Campbell, 
showed a lot of spirit. The team was 
headed by captains Beth Licciardi and 
Jill Sunderland. Also leading the team 
was Gina Anselmi, who was selected 
to the All-Star Team. 




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Soccer 



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(Front L-R) R. Agarwal. M. Angelone, S. Donahue. A. Basaga, J. Cianciolo, T. Shevlin, (Middle L-R) J. 
Dowd. J. Hanley, C. Riccio, B. Fyrer, H. Dimelo, C. White (Back L-R) Coach Frank Barbagallo, J. 
Cabrera, A. Finnochiaro, J. Megee, C. Forgione, F. Chiola, E. Riddle, V. Dimelo. 





The 1990 boys soccer team was led by 
senior captain Todd Shevlin and junior 
captains Sean Donahue and Ali 
Basaga. The team's record may not 
have been a winning one, but the 
members were all high-spirited and en- 
ergetic. This was the first year that a 
female has been a member of the 
team. Senior Kristina Tarini contrib- 
uted to their upbeat attitude and 
worked well with the rest of the team. 



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Field Hockey 




(Front) K. Noyes (Middle L-R) A. Ingalls, H. Fishwick, S. Marcoux, T. Mansour, L. Berryman, \ 
Broadhurst (Back L-R) Coach Carol Bailey, L. Pittochelli, M. Daigle, A. Piccarillo, K. Mansour 1 
Dizoglio, J. Simile, C. Becotte. 








This year's Varsity Field Hockey 
team did not have a winning season, 
but they grew as a team. This per- 
sistent team never gave up. The 
team was led by captain Kelly 
Noyes and head coach Carol Bailey. 
Kelly Noyes won a place on the all 
star team and Tara Mansour was 
elected all-conference. This year 
was also Ms. Bailey's last season; 
she will definitely be missed. 




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Golf 



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DeBrocke, J. Palmieri, D. Ladd, T. Oullette, R. Oullette (Back L-R) J. Doherty, D. Weagle, B. 
Ricci, C. Simoes, Coach Karen Richardson 



The Golf Team led by captain 
Derek Ladd, had an excellent sea- 
son. They qualified for the Team 
State Tournament Finals and fin- 
ished second place in the small 
school division. Senior Derek Ladd 
made All-Conference and was rec- 
ognized as an Eagle-Tribune All- 
Star, and sophomore James Doher- 
ty was a Divisional All-Star. The 
team worked hard, and their opti- 
mistic attitude helped them im- 
prove over the course of the season. 



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Swimmin; 




(From L-R) T. Hargreaves, J. Keaney, K. Field, J. Demers, K. Nye (Middle L-R) E. Galvin, I. 
Burke, T. Curran, K. LeBlanc, C. Raymond, E. Max (Back L-R) Coach Kara Nightingale, S. 
Houser, T. Cieslik, C, Deroscher, T. Bellavance, N. White, B. Ferland, C. Sevoian, R. 
Campbell. 




The 1990-1991 swim team was led by 
co-captains Erin Galvin and Stephanie 
Houser. This year's swim team was a 
very united group they worked to- 
gether with a lot of enthusiasm and de- 
termination. The girls worked hard to 
improve their record from last year, 
and they succeeded. They deserve to 
be commended. 



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Hockey 




front row seniors (2nd from left) Mac Livingston, Gary Sanderson, and Jeff Delle Chiaie. 




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The hockey team had its 
best post-season ever, plac- 
ing second in the M.V.C. and 
playing in the Division II 
Quarterfinals. This year's 
team was led by captains 
Chris Riccio and Gary San- 
derson. Congratulations to 
Coach Robillard for being 
named M.V.C. Coach Of The 
Year. 



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back (1-r) Asst. Coach Rex, Derek Ladd, Joe Cerami, Eric Denise, Dan Salois, Jamie 
Cuneen, Davin Hoyt, Coach Weymouth; front (1-r) Sean Foley, Chris Sammataro, 
Chad Pfeil, Kevin O'Laughlin, Skip Buonanno, and Walter Choroco. 



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The boys' basketball team had a 
successful season. For the first time 
in years, they made it to the State 
Tournament. This team was led by 
seniors Derek Ladd, Sean Foley, 
Chad Pfeil, Walter Choroco, Skip 
Buonanno, Chris Sammataro, and 
Kevin O'Laughlin. 



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Girls' Basketball 



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This year's girls' basketball team had 
another successful season. Be- 
sides winning the M.V.C. title, the 
girls won the Division 1 North Finals 
and had the opportunity to play in 
the Boston Garden. The team was 
led by All-Conference co-captains 
Laurie Berryman and Tara Mansour. 



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Boys' Winter Track 




Seniors (1st row 1-r) John Kelleher, Gannon Woekel, Keith Poulin, Jon Wlodyka, 
and Derek Roy. 



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The boys' winter track team was led 
by senior co-captains Keith Poulin 
and Jon Wlodyka. Although it was 
not a championship season the 
team was represented in every 
meet. Keith finished an outstanding 
season taking fifth in the shot put at 
the state meet. 




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Girls' Winter Track 




ont row (l-r) Julie Rourke, Diana Diaz, Kristen Ploetz; middle row (1-r) 
emee Ibraheim, Bethany Grasso, Chrisann Sevoian, Amy Piccirillo; 
ack row (l-r) Lorna Mathieu, Julie Keaney, Tracey Marceau, Rita Gal- 
int, Sue Beauregard. 




This year's girls' winter track 
team had another successful 
season. This team was led 
by senior captain Diana Diaz. 
Diana was named All-Confer- 
ence and placed eleventh in 
the state meet. 



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Boys' Gymnastics 




Although there hadn't been a boys' gymnastics team in a 
couple of years, these boys had enough interest to organize a 
team once again. The seniors and leaders of this team were Jay 
Soucy, Curtis Moore, and Nathan Ball. Hopefully next year the 
team will be able to grow and improve their record. 



Girls' Gymnastics 




The 1990-1991 girls' gymnastics team was head- 
ed by sophomore Robin Beeley. She had an ex- 
cellent year and turned out fine performances 
for the Lady Rangers. Robin will definitely be a 
strong competitor in the future. 



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Wrestlin 




This year's wrestling team went 19-5-2, placing second in 
the M.V.C. They were led by captains Dan Alicea, Rob 
Niceforo, and Roy D'Agata. Dan Alicea was the first New * 
England champion in Methuen High School history. Con- 
gratulations on another fine season. 




Seniors (front row 1-r) Erin Galvin and Michelle Poirier. 



Seniors (front 2nd from left) Jim Winn and (front 4th from left) Jeff Bella- 
vance. 



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Baseball 



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Baseball 




This year's team was led by tri- 
captains Jim Pagnoni, Gary Sander- 
son, and Bobby Fyrer. They were 
very competitive despite their 4 and 
16 record. Sophomore Barry Nav- 
arro led the team in hitting while 
junior Sean Donaghue led the team 
in pitching. Senior Alan DeLano won 
the coaches' award for his great 
spirit and leadership. With many un- 
derclassmen returning, next year's 
team looks very promising. 



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Softball 




(back row 1-r) Coach Habib, Lara Pitochelli, Lori Jankowski, Michelle 
Daigle, Amy Piccarillo, Kera Mansour, (middle) Nicole Traficante, Char- 
lene Blair, Kerry Beeley, Kerry Dizoglio, (front) Tara Mansour and Laurie 
Berryman. . 



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The girls' softball team had a fine season by 
qualifying for the State Tournament for the 8th 
consecutive year in a row. The team was led 
by senior co-captains Laurie Berryman and 
Tara Mansour. Congratulations to Laurie 
Berryman and Tara Mansour for making All- 
Conference and All-Star Honors. 



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Boys' Spring Track 



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The boys' track team had an excellent 
season. They were led by senior tri- 
captains Keith Poulin, Gannon Woekel 
and Jon Wlodyka. Keith had an out- 
standing season making All-Confer- 
ence Honors and placing 5th in the 
New Englands. 



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Girls' Spring Track 




back (1-r) Regina Weldon, Sue Beaureguard, Brandee Burnes, Katie Giglio, 
Jackie Feugill; middle (1-r) Asst. Coach Cappilto, Erin Soley, Remi Ibraheim, 
Chrisann Sevoian, Beth Ferland, Rita Gallant; front (1-r) Julie Keeney, Julie 
Rourke, Diana Diaz, Danielle Pelletier, and Coach Brenda Clark-Warne. 




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The girls' track team had another 
fine season. Although they were a 
young team, they were hard 
workers. The team was led by 
senior captain Diana Diaz. Con- 
gratulations to Diana for tying the 
school record in the long jump. 



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Under the coaching of Don Smith, these boys 
played extremely hard despite their losing record. 
This year's captains were Steve Giordano and Jim 
Palmeri, and MVP was sophomore Kevin Ricci. 



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front row seniors (starting 3rd from left) Jill Sunderland, Rachael Cook, Julie Sullivan, Kris Tarini (not pic- 
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These girls kept up their spirits de- 
spite a losing season. Coached by 
Maureen Trianello captained by 
Rachael Cook and Kris Tarini, the 
girls played hard during many dif- 
ficult matches. This year the MVP 
honors went to Tracey Sunderland. 






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Boys' Volleyball 




back (1-r) Russ Coppolla, Jeff Malangro, Chris Galvin, Kevin Francis; 
middle (1-r) Kate Bialobrzewski, Troy Couture, Mark Blanchet, Twan 
Sang, Thao Sang; front (1-r) Tracey Marceau, Ali Basaga, Coach Ann 
Leonard. 




This year, for the first time ever, Methuen High School 
had a boys' volleyball team. The team was led by senior 
captain Mark Blanchet. Mark was also honored as an All- 
Conference and All-Scholastic player. 



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Ravi K. Agarwal 

Soccer (1-4): Tennis (1-4); NHS (2.3, Hist 
4); FrHS (4); lntl Cb (2,3); Class Play; Fr 

Bowl (2-4) 



Daniel Alicea 

Danny 
Ftball (i.3.Capt 4); Wrestling (l,2,Capt 
3.4); Track (1-2); Prldrs (1-4); SpHS (4) 
Ambition: To wrestle in the 1996 
Olympics. 



Thomas Edwin Andrew 

IV 

Ted the God 
Tennis (1,3); Gymnastics (4); V-Ball (4); 
Sci Cb (3,4); lntl Cb (2); Debate (3); 
Bldmbl (3,4); Model UN (3-4); Sci Fair 
(/■4;,- Prldrs Ambition: To see beyond 
the life 1 Hue. 



Marc Anthony Angelone 

Animal 
Soccer (2.4); Tennis (2-4); NHS 
(2,3,Pres 4): Prldrs (1-4); Tir-M HS (VP 
3.4); Class Play; FrHS (Sec 4); Fr Bowl; 
Boys State; Jazz/Con/March Band (1-4) 
Ambition: To become a fighter pilot in 
the USAF. 




Gina M. Anselmi 

V-Ball (2-4); B-Ball (1-2); Softball (1-2); 
Tennis (4); SpHS (4); Model UN (3); P- 
Puff Ftbali. Hockey (4); Class Play 
Ambition: To be contagiously happy 
for the rest of my life. 



Samantha A. Antoon 

Sam 
V-Ball (3.4); Tennis (4); P-Puff Ftball (4) 
Ambition: To learn from yesterday. 
Hue for today, and hope for tomorrow. 



Rita Evelyn Augusta 

Track (1,2); Senate (2); Class Play; 
Bldmbl (4); Intern (4); P-Puff(i-4); Model 
UN (3) Ambition: To lead a fulfilling life 
and neuer to look back and regret the 
paths l haue chosen to take. 



Amanda B. Autieri 

Mandy 
Arrngrs (1-4); Amnesty (3,4); Drama 
(3.4): GLEC (3.4): Model UN (3.4): Tri-M 
HS (3.4); Class Play (3.4); Chorus (1-4) 
Ambition: To be content with my 
music, and enjoy life to the fullest! 




Nasri Bahouth 



Sheila Bajgrowicz 



Nathan E. Ball 

Gymnastics fi.4); Class Play Ambition: 
To be successful and earn a more than 
modest liuing in business communi- 
cations. 



Maria T. Barbagallo 

Barbs 
Skating: Model UN Ambition: to one 
day get married, haue a happy family 
and become successful at whateuer 
my career may be. Also, to neuer 
forget my friends and all the good 
times at M.H.S. 



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Melissa Baril 



Shannon A. Barry 

P-Puff (4); Intern (4) Ambition: To grad- 
uate from college, become a success- 
ful member of the dental profession, 
and to always keep in touch with my 
friends from M.H.S. 



Michael Battye 

Mike 
Hockey (2.3) Ambition: To be success- 
ful. 



Kimberly D. Beal 

Kim 

Ambition: To live a happy and suc- 
cessful life and never forget the good 
times with all my friends. 







Candice Lee Beauregard 

Candi 
Ambition: To be happy and to keep in 
touch with all my friends. 



Stacy Bedard 

MHS Twirler: Model UN; Bldmbl Ambi- 
tion: To be successful in life and to al- 
ways remember and keep in touch 
with my high school friends. 



Kerry Rose Beeley 

Mrs. Ward 
Chrldr(l): Gymnastics (1-4 — ; F-Hockey 
(2,3): Softball (1-4): Art HS; Bldmbl: P- 
Puff Ftball Ambition: To live a long 
enough life to be able to see that all of 
Michael's and my hopes and dreams 
come true. 



Jeffrey R. Bellavance 

Jeff 

Ftball (1.3); Golf (2); Ski (2-4); Tennis 
(1.2); Gymnastics (l) Ambition: To be- 
come successful in the business 
world. 




Kellie Belluardo 

Doug Flutie 
Chorus (1-4); Armgrs (1-3); Jazz Choir 
(2-4); Drama (1-4—; mil Clb (2-4); Prldrs 
(2-4); Class VP (l): Class Play; NHS (2- 
4); Tri-M HS (3,4); SpHS Ambition: TO 
be a shining light and bring music to 
children. 



Kerrie Belluardo 

Michael Jackson 
Class Pres (l); Chorus (1-4); Jazz Choir 
(2-4); Armgrs (1-3); Drama (1-4); inrl Cb 

(2-4); Prldrs (2-4); Class Play; NHS (2-4); 

SpHS Ambition: To stay close to my 
friends, have fun, & do everything to 
glorify HIM. 



Lenore Bencivenga 

Weinie, Lahoe 
V-Ball (1); Intl CI (3); Prldrs (3); SAC (3): 
Senate (4): Amnesty (3,4); Class Play: 
Model UN: P-Puff Hockey Ambition: To 
hear my rap songs on radio stations 
worldwide & have my MHS friends 
write to my Fan Club. 



Candice L. Bergeron 

Candy. PS. #2 
Debate: P-Puff Ftball (4); Class Play 
Ambition: To fulfill my dreams with 
someone special by my side. 



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Pamela A. Bergeron 

Pam 
VBall (I); Softball (1-4); Art HS (4); 
Arrngrs (1,2); Chorus (1,2); Model UN 
(3); Bldmbl (4); P-Puff Ftball (4) Ambi- 
tion: To be happy and succeed in life, 
and stay close with all my high school 
buddies. 



Laurie Berryman 

Berry 
F-Hockey (1.2.4); B-Ball (1-3.C4); Soft- 
ball (1-3.C4); Yrbk; Model UN; Bldmbl 
Ambition: To be the best person 1 can. 
accept any challenges that come my 
way, and to never lose all my close 
friends. (DONGAS!) 



Deborah Bibeau 



Katrina Blaisdell 

SpHS Ambition: To be successful in 
whateuer 1 do. and Hue a happy, 
healthy, and long life with Chris! 




Mark Blanchet 



Dawn Blanchette 

Ambition: To sleep all day. 



Tracy Bohne 

Office Help (4); Child Deu 11 (4) Ambi- 
tion: To get out of high school. 



Donna M. Bohondoney 

Prldrs (2-4); Amnesty (3): Child Deu II 
(4); Band (1,2) Ambition: To go to col- 
lege in Hawaii with my best friend Kate 
and become a police officer. 




Philip J. Bonanno 

Flip 



France Anne Bonenfant 

Ambition: To go to college and then 
get married. 



Denis Joseph Bourassa 

Ftball (l) 



Paulette Marie Bourassa 

VBall (l); F-Hockey (2) Ambition: To 
become a Radiologic Technologist 
and to always be able to laugh. 



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Sherie M. Bourassa 

\lAmbition: To be successful at my 
\career and to have a long, healthy life. 



Brenda Marie Bousquet 

Ambition: To Hue a long and success- 
ful life with Jamie. 



Tracey Ann Boutin 

Bone 
P-Puff Ftball (1,2); COOP (4) Ambition: 
For world peace, and for everyone to 
be kind to animals. Peace Man! 



Kathleen Marie Bova 

Kat. Kathy 
Chrldr (2-4): COOP (3,4) Ambition: To 
always be happy and never forget all 
the good times with my friends — also, 
to marry Gannon "The Cannon" 
Woekel. 




Tracie Lynn Bowker 

Bouka 

I SpHS; Intl Cb (4); Model UN (3); Bldmbl 
. (4) Ambition: To live a happy and suc- 
cessful life, get married, have kids, oh. 
and of course, to be rich. 



Keith David Bradstreet 

Baseball (1): Track (1) Ambition: To be 
the best 1 can at whatever 1 do. 



Sean Bragg 



Kathleen Broadhurst 

Broad 
F-Hockey (1-4); Senate (2,3); CO-OP (4); 
Yrbk; Class Play; P-Puff Ambition: To 
know that you can't always get what 
you want, but you can always get 
what you need; and never forget my 
friends (DONGAS!) 




Ryan Brooks 

Ftball (4); Track (3); Baseball (2) Ambi- 
tion. To stay young at heart for the rest 
of my life. 



Christian Brown 

Baseball (2) 



Anthony G. Buonanno Jr. 

Skip 
B-Ball (i-3,Capt 4); Baseball (2); Ftball 
(l); lntl Cb; SAC Ambition: To re- 
member six words of success, "Never, 
never, never, never give upl" 



Brandi Alaina Byrne 

Brat 
Ambition: To become a computer pro- 
grammer and to just live a long and 
happy life. 



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Dawn Marie 
Campagnone 

Art HS (4); Child Dev (4); GLEC (3) 
Ambition: To go to college and be- 
come a special needs teacher. 



Gracinda B. Cardoso 

Grade 

Tennis (3.4): Skating (1.3. Capt 4): SAC 
(2-4): Senate (2); Prldrs (2-4): P-Puff 
Hockey (1-4) Ambition: To Hue my life 
by the lessons that my dearest friend 
Jason Crago taught me. 



Jennifer Lee Caster 

Jenn, Jenna-Lee 
Art HS Ambition: For people to be 
affected in a positive way by my 
artwork. 



Kelly Ann Cavanaugh 

Midget. Dennis Miller 
Prldrs (3): Drama (3) Arrngrs (3) Chorus 
(2.3): Model UN (3) Amnesty (3): Class 
Play Ambition: To become a teacher 
and make a difference in a child's life. 




Shaun M. Chase 

Ambition: To become a stockbroker or 
a state trooper. 



Walter A. Choroco 

Wally 
B-Ball (1-4): Ftball (1.2): Senate (2-4); De- 
bate (VP 4); Prldrs (3); Boys State (3) 
Ambition: To travel around the world 
before the age of 35 and succeed in the 
career I choose, hopefully in engineer- 
ing. 



Timothy S. Chouinard 

Tim 
X-Country (1-4); W-Track (4); STrack 
(2.4); Yrbk Ambition: To be a success 
and travel the world. 



Barbi Jean Churchill 

B-J 
Ambition: To be successful in my 
career as a nursery school teacher, to 
always be happy, and to someday 
marry and have a wonderful family. 




Joseph Cianciolo 

Joey. J.K.A. 
Soccer (3.4); Tennis (4); NHS; Boys 
State: Bldmbl (4); Desktop (4) Ambi- 
tion: To someday have my name 
known by everyone. When that day 
comes, my ambition will be fulfilled. 



Amie Lee Cianelli 

Frank Sinatra 
Skating (1); mtl Cb (2.3): Prldrs (2-4); 
Newspaper (3. Ed 4); Model UN (3): 
Chorus (1.3.4): Arrngrs (3,4); Sci Fair 
(1,2); Class Play Ambition: To write a 
famous novel & work on a newspaper 
or magazine. 



Mehmet H. Cilinger 

Soccer (1-3); NHS (2-4) Ambition; To be 
successful in everything I do in life. 



Jason Michael Consoli 

Tennis (1-3. Capt 4) Ambition: To be a 1 
successful engineer. 



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Rachael D. Cook 

Cookie 
Tennis (1,3); Chrldr (1-4); NHS (4); 
Amnesty (3); Prldrs (3,4); Regional 
SAC (4); Special Ed Rep (4); Bldmbl (4) 
Ambition: To meet any challenge that 
comes my way. 








Christine C. Corriveau 

Chris 
Softball (1.2): Drama (3); Tri-M HS (3.4): 
Con/March/Jazz Band (1-4); Brass En- 
semble (3.4): Model UN (3); Class Play 
Ambition: To be a successful ac- 
countant and own my own firm. 



Cynthia Corriveau 

Cindy 
Clr Gd (l.Capt 2-4); Band (4); Drama (3); 
Tri-M HS (4); Class Play: Model UN (3,4) 
Ambition: To work as an editor for a 
well-known publishing company and 
to Hue life to the absolute fullest. 



Kim Michelle Corsaro 

Little Kim 
Intern Ambition: To quit Kelly Jewelry, 
and to become a teacher. And of 
course, to never lose touch with E.W., 
SB.. L.H.. L.C.. KB., B.B.. and J.C. 




Lea Costello 

Leo 
i\ COOP Ambition: To be happy, suc- 
! cessful. and RICH. 



Jennifer Covey 

Jen 
Debate (Sec 4); Prldrs (2,3); SpHS (4); 
Class Play; P-Puff Ftball (2,4); Bldmbl 
(4) Ambition: To make it big in busi- 
ness and to always keep in touch with 
my old buddies. 



Joseph Currao 

Joe, Joey 
Wrestling (1-4) Ambition: To go to the 
Air Force, and to get somewhere in life. 



Roy R. D'Agata 

Chrldr (3); Wrestling (1-3. Capt 4); DECA 
Ambition: To own my own business, 
make people laugh, and never forget 
my friends. 




Paul Davis 

Baseball (2,3); Bldmbl; Model UN 
Ambition: To accomplish everything 1 
strive for. 



David A. DeCesare 

Dave 
Baseball (1,2); Model UN (3.4) Ambi- 
tion: To graduate from U.LOWELL 
with at least a Masters Degree in Com- 
puter Science/Technology. 



Alan E. DeLano 

Al 
Ftball (1.3,4); B-Ball (1-4); W-Track (1,2); 
Wrestling (3.4); Model UN (3,4); Bldmbl 
(4); Class Play; P-Puff Chrldr (4) Ambi- 
tion: To get a degree in athletic train- 
ing, to be happy and successful in my 
life. 



Jeff Delle Chiaie 






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Kevin DeSantis 



John G. Desmet, Jr. 

Johnny D.. J.D. 
Wrestling (1-4); Ftball (3); NHS (2-4); 
SpHS (4): intl Cb (1,2): Debate (3,4); Sci 
Fair (1-4): Model UN (3) Ambition: To be 
successful and happy in whateuer 1 
do. 



Diana Diaz 

W-Track (l-3,Capt 4); STrack (l-3.Capt 
4); F-Hockey (1,2): X-Country (3); Prldrs 
(3); lntl Cb (3); D.C. Cb (Pres); Intern 
Ambition: To be happy, healthy, 
wealthy, and wise. 




Jill Dinati 



Gerald Dion 

Jerry 
Baseball (1.2); W-Track (2) 



Danielle Donegan 

Dani 
F-Hockey (l): Model UN (3); P-Puff Ftball 
(1,2; intern (4); Class Play Ambition: To 
be successful & happy & keep in touch 
with my high school friends. Hold on 
to the past but don't let go of the future. 



Robert P. Dorman Jr. 

Bob "The Crip" 
Debate (4); Senate (VP 4); SAC (Chrman 
4): SpHS; GLEC (Tres 4); Sp Bowl (3): 
Model UN (3) Ambition: To become a 
physical therapist and Hue a long, 
healthy life so 1 can enjoy the things 1 
almost missed. 




Robert Drew 

Bob 
Baseball (2); Model UN (3): Sci Fair (2); 
Bldmbl (4) Ambition: To not be a 
failure. 



Scott Dube 



Harold Duffen 



Michael W. Egan 

Candy Man 
Ambition: To stay high on life and stay 
with C.P. 



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James Estes 



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Michael James Ferrara 

Mike 
Soccer (1); lntl Cb (1,2); Russian Cb (3); 
Sci Cb (3.4): Model UN (3); Bldmbl (4); 
Sci Fair (1-4): Yrbk; Lyceum (4) Ambi- 
tion: To become . . . 



Wayne S. Feugill 

Ftball (4) Ambition: To Hue a comfort- 
able life. 



Joseph Finocchiaro 



Heather Ann Fishwick 

F-Hockey (1-4); STrack (1-2); B-Ball (1); 
Prldrs (2-4); SpHS Ambition: To al- 
ways Hue for Him with true J.O.Y. in 
my heart. 




Katherine Ellin Fleming 

Katie, Bottie 
V-Ball (1-4); W-Track (1,2); lntl Cb (1-4); 
Softball (1); Prldrs (1-4); Newspaper 
(3.4); SpHS Ambition: To live. love, 
laugh, and learn from the little stepping 
stones I bump into on the road to suc- 
cess. 



Jennifer L. Foley 

Jen 
Prldrs (2.3); Dis Ed (4) Ambition: To do 
euerything in my wildest dreams to the 
best of my ability. 



Sean Foley 

B-Ball (1-4); Ftball (l); Baseball (l); 
Model UN (3,4); Bldmbl (4); Prldrs (3) 
Ambition: To be happy and successful 
in whatever 1 choose to do. 



Jennifer Folley 

Softball (l); Prldrs (4); intern (4); Model 
UN (3) Ambition: To be successful and 
happy in all I choose to do and marry 
that "special someone" who 1 can 
share all my dreams with. 



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Peter J. Fournier 

Pete 
Ftball (1); SpHS: Bldmbl: Class Play: 
Model UN (3,4) Ambition: To be the 
best l can be. 



Stephen Frasca 

sreue 
Ambition: To Hue in Daytona Beach. 
Florida forever and be rich. 




Mark Gabryjelski 

Gabbs 
Ambition: To be lazy and rich. 



Kimberly Ann Gaffney 

Kimmy 
lntl Cb (2); SpHS (4): Prldrs (1-4) Model 
UN (3); P-Puff Ftball (I) Ambition: To be- 
come a marine biologist, to remember 
the memories. Hue today, loue the 
future, and to be successful in all my 
ventures. 



Christopher G. Galvin 

Beak 
Ftball (1,2): W-Track (1-3); S-Track (1,2): 
Work Stdy (4) Ambition: To get my for- 
mula to run a ten second quarter mile! 



Erin L. Galvin 

Swim (1-3 C4); Ski (1-4); Rus. Cb (Pres 
3); Amnesty (Sec 3,4); Prldrs (1-4); Yrbk 
Ambition: Betty 3; RHCP; Deniser 1 feel 
like a donut; basement crew; loopy 
syndrome: lake house rules; RT 213; 
Erin 1R No. B. 




Thomas J. Geary 

TJ. 
Ambition: To be very successful. 



Kristina Marie Gervais 

Krissi 
Ambition: To neuer grow up. make 
eueryone laugh, haue a lot of kids, buy 
a family truckster, and finally marry a 
guy with a nice hairline. 



Mark S. Gibbons 

Soccer (1-3); Prldrs (1-3) Ambition: To 
become one with the human race! 



Catherine Anne Gilberti 

Katie 
V-Ball (1-4); lntl Cb (1-4); Prldrs (2-4): 
NHS (2,3, Sec. 4) FrHS; Class Sec (l) 
Newspaper (4) Bldmbl (4); Model UN 
(3) Ambition: 1 don't want to be wise — / 
just want to stay young. 



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Stephen Giordano 

W-Track (1-4): Tennis (1-3 Capt. 4); lntl 
Cb (4); Sci Cb (4) Ambition: To never 
forget who 1 am. where I came from, 
and where 1 want to go. 



Brad John Gosselin 

Model UN (3.4) 

Ambition: To reach my goals and be 

successful in my life. 



Bryan Gosselin 

Model Un (3.4) Ambition: To Hue a 
healthy life and to be successful in my 
goals. 



Rosanna Graviano 

Ros/e 
lntl Cb (1) Ambition: To be successful in 
my career as an audio technician. 




Frank V. Graziano 

Rocky 
Ftball (1-3 Capt. 4): Wrestling (3.4): 
Baseball (1,2,4); Prldrs Ambition: To be 
rich and be a weight lifter, and have 
everybody bow at my feet. 



Seth Greenleaf 



Kristen Greenwood 



Liz Marie Grenier 

Liz 
Art HS (3, P4); SpHS (4); Senate (1); 
Model UN; P-Puff (4); Class Play Ambi- 
tion: To lead my life with my heart and 
leave my mind to ponder. And to con- 
tinue "the journey" with my honey 
Derek. 




Lori Hailson 

Lor 
Ambition: To work in an office and get 
married. 



Debra N. Hajjar 

Deb 
F-Hockey (1); Amnesty Tres (3.4) Ambi- 
tion: Don't forget Mastercard or Visa? 
Denise! Trip away, to R.L. — all the 
promises we make from the cradle to 
the grave when all 1 want is you. 



Tina Marie Hardy 

Tee 
B-ball (1); Bldmbl; Model UN: Class 
Play; COOP Ambition: To lead a very 
successful and happy life, be very 
RICH, to attend hairdressing school, a 
2-year business college and soon after 
open my own salon. 



Kimberley A. Hart 

Mik 
Chrldr (1-4); lntl Cb (1.2): Bldmbl (4); 
Class Play; Model Un (3); Sci Fair (1.2) 
Ambition: To succeed at everything 1 
do, but most importantly live' a long, 
healthy and genuinely happy life. 



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Misty Harvey 

Mousey Misty 
Track (l); lntl Cb (2); Marching/Concert 
Band (1-4); Chorus (l); Class Play 
Ambition: To travel the world but al- 
ways know that I have Mark close be- 
hind. 



Kerri Hebert 

Art HS (4) Ambition: To graduate from 
art school with a BFA and make as 
much money as possible. Also, to be 
happy. 



Christine Hersey 



Michelle L. Hirsh 

Shelly 
Chrldr (2,3Capt 4); Intern; Model UN; 
Bldmbl Ambition: To Hue one day at a 
time, lake life as it comes, and never 
forget my friends, especially my best 
friend Lisa (L.L.j. 




Laurie Ann Hoffman 

Hoffie 
Skiing; First Runner-up Homecoming 
Queen Ambition: To graduate from a 
travel school, become successful & 
make a lot of money, remember the 
WILD times with friends, and never 
forget the love I shared with Mike. 



Stephanie Houser 

Steph 
Swim (i-4); Bldmbl (2-4) Ambition: To 
get a college degree in Pre. Vet. go to 
Tufts University, and always love Dan 
and remember the time we shared. 



Amanda Lauren Hughes 

Hughes 
F-Hockey (1): Yrbk; Class Play; Model 
UN (3); P-Puff(4); CulArts Ambition: To 
never walk in anyone's shadow, to be 
an individual, and to never forget the 
good times with "the gang". 
(DONGAS!) 



Kelley Hutton 




Beverly Ingalls 



Samuel Jaber 

Sam 
XCountry (1); Drama (3); Chorus (2-4); 
Arrngrs (2-4); Class Play 



Christopher Jones 

The Butler 
Ftball (1); Talent show Ambition: To 
excel in the music field and acquire a 
6-digit income. 



Shane Jozokos 

Ftball (1-4); Wrestling (1-4); Baseball (1) 
Ambition: To be successful. 



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Richard Juknavorian 

Rick 
Soccer (1,2); Prldrs (1-4); Band (3.4); 
Arrngrs (3,4); Model UN (3.4): Boys 
State (3); Class Play (4); Russian Club 
(3,4) Ambition: If I cannot accomplish 
great things, 1 will do small things in a 
great way. 



Karen Kalitka 

intl Cb (1-4); Drama (1,2); Debate (3-4): 
NHS (2-4): SpHS (4); Amnesty (3): 
Lyceum (4): Chorus (2); Arrngrs (3); 
Girls State (3); Sp Bowl (2.3) Ambition: 
To use my one life to touch the Hues of 
many others. 



Benny C.H. Kam 

Ftball (1): Wrestling (1); Sci Club (3,4); 
Russian Club (3) Ambition: To get a 
Ph.D. from MAT. 



John M. Keleher 

Ambition: To become an electrical en- 
gineer. 




Robert Kennedy 



Dawn Angela Kenyon 

Dawny 
Ambition: To go into the Air Force and 
become a jet pilot. Also, to stay as 
close to my friends as I am now. 



Steve Khoury 



Karie Kucukistepanoglu 

"Kooch'' 
V-Ball (1.2.4); Intl Cb (1,2); P-Puff Ftball 
(1-4); Bldmbl (4); Model UN (3) Ambi- 
tion: To get my college degree in 
criminal justice and become the first 
woman at the Methuen Police Depart- 
ment. 




Ajay Kuntamukkala 

Soccer (2.3); Band (1); NHS (2-4); Sci Cb 
(3); Russian Cb (3): Lyceum (4); Stu- 
dent Gout Day (3); Boys State (3); Sci 
Fair (2-4) Ambition: To attain euery 
goal I set. 



Dawn LaPlante 

Meatball 
MHS Twirler (4); Bldmbl (3.4) Ambi- 
tion: To get a good job and haue a 
happy family. 



Carina LaScola 

CO-OP (4); Model UN (3) Ambition: To 
become a Certified Public Accountant, 
make all the right moues in life, and of 
course marry Wayne Spires and Hue a 
long, happy life together. 



Derek Ladd 

B-Ball (1-3.C4); Golf (1.C2-4); Track 
(3.4); NHS (2-4); Boys State (3): B-State 
Games (3): Bldmbl (4) Ambition: To 
striue for the best, fulfill all my dreams 
and goals and one day become fa- 
mous for my work. 



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Holly Jean Lakin 

Fric 

Art HS (VP): lntl Cb Ambition: To go to 
school, and get a degree as well as 
have a happy family. 



Keith Joseph Larocque 

Keithy 
Wrestling (2); Ftball (4) Ambition: To go 
to college while in the Army and be- 
come a computer programmer. 



Richard F. Latulippe Jr. 

Rick 
Work Study Ambition: To own a junk- 
yard. 



Stacey A. Laverriere 

Stace PS #1 
Senate (l-3.Pres 4); Stu Rep Schi Comm 
(4): Debate (4); P-Puff Ftball (1,4): Class 
Play: Bldmbl: Track (1) Ambition: To 
Hue my life like no one else and find 
someone who will help make my 
dreams come true. 




Dawn Marie Lavigne 

Dawn 
B-Ball (1.2): Softball (1): SpHS (4): 
Senate (1); Bldmbl (4): P-Puff Ftball (1.2) 
Ambition: To become a police officer. 



Elsa S. Leal 

Amnesty (3): Prldrs (2-4): Band (1.2): in- 
tern (4) Ambition: To succeed in all that 
1 do and to keep in touch with all of my 
friends that meant so much to me 
throughout my years at MHS. 



Ana Ledee 

Annie 
Minority Cb Ambition: To be an actress 
or a secretary. 



Jon P. Lees 

JackO 
Ftball (3): Art HS: Bldmbl (4): Class 
Play Ambition: To excel in life and be 
the best at what I do. 




Sylvie Levesque 

Syluie 
Prldrs (1-4): Intl Cb (1-3): Armgrs (1-3): 
Chorus (1-2): Clr Gd (4): Russian Cb (3): 
Fr Bowl (3): Model UN (3): Variety 
Show (1-4); Class Play Ambition: To be 
a physical therapist. 



Carlo LiCausi 

Ambition: To be rich and happy and 
never stop partying! 



Beth Licciardi 



Class Press (2-4): V-Ball (2.3) Capt 4): 
Track (1.2): Intern (4) Ambition: To Hue 
each day to the fullest: to learn not to be 
afraid of being alone and happy than 
being with someone and miserable. 



Katherine Margaret 
Lister 

Marge 
Prldrs (3.4): mtl Cb (2-4): Senate (2.3. 
Tres 4): Newspaper 4): SpHS (4): 
Bldmbl (4): Model UN (3): 2nd Runner- 
up Homecoming Queen Ambition: To 
take the road less traueled by. 



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James McCallion 
Livingston 

Mac 
Hockey (1-4); X-Country (3) Bsball (1,2); 
P-Puff Chrldr; Class Play; Bldmbl 
Ambition: To Hue free or die in NH. get 
married, make lots of$ as an illustrator 
or state trooper, if not, pray for me! MC 




Laury M. Lombari 

Ambition: To be successful with the 
career 1 choose, have a happy, fulfilled 
life and try to always have a positive 
attitude. 



Kristen Lucey 




Shanna L. Lynch 

"Gimp" 
■.F-Hockey (1-3); B-Ball (1,2); Track; Soft- 
\bali (2,3 C4); Senate: Class VP (2.4): 
\Prldrs (2.3); Bldmbl (4); Class Play 
] Ambition: To Hue life to the fullest, fulfill 
i my dreams and remember my friends. 
(DONGAS!) 



Lucine Majarian 



Beth Anne Major 

Beth 
Ambition: To haue a successful career 
and haue a family that will be with me 
for the rest of my life. 



Giulio Mambro 

Mad-dog 
P-Puff Chrldr Ambition: To be man 
enough to get haircuts like Frank 
Graziano. 




Tara Mansour 

Ugly. Mansour 
F-Hockey (J -4); B-Ball (1-3 Capt 4); Soft- 
ball (1-4); Model UN (3); Bldmbl (4) 
Ambition: To always be one in a mil- 
lion. (DONGAS!) 



Nicole Laura Marchand 

Nikki. "Munchkin" 
Ambition: To be happy for the rest of 
my life and to marry Kenny Baddock! 



Randy Marchand 



Sarah Marcoux 

Saraho 
F-Hockey (1-4); Newspaper: Model UN; 
mtl Cb (2); Prldrs (2-4); Yrbk Class Play 
Ambition: To always stand up for 
what 1 believe in, striue to achieue my 
goals and make my dreams come 
true. (DONGAS!) 



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Richelle Lee Martin 

STrack (2); intl Cb (2): Class Sec (2); 
Model UN (3); Explorers VP (4); Prldrs 
(2-4); Fr Bowl (4) Ambition: To be able 
to wake up in the morning and be 
proud of who I am and keep in touch 
with my friends. 



Stephanie Jane Martin 

Steph 
Ambition: To always stay in touch 
with my friends from school, especial- 
ly my best friend Karyn. 



Shauna Max 

B-Ball (i): Intl Cb (2): Model UN (3): CO- 
OP (4) Ambition: To Hue a happy, 
healthy, long life, become a hair- 
dresser, and someday own my own 
shop. 



John McAndrew 

McAndrew 
Ambition: To travel the road not yet: 
taken. 




Kathleen M. McEneaney 

Kathie, MAC 
Prldrs (2-4); Class Sec (3); P-Puff (1-4); 
Bldmbl; Class Play Ambition: Don't 
walk in front of me, I'm not a follower; 
Don't walk in back of me, I'm not a 
leader. Just walk beside me and be my 
friend. (DONGAS!) 



Kelly Jean McKracherne 

CO-OP (4) Ambition: To go to college, 
get my degree in Fine Arts, and to Hue a 
happy, healthy and wealthy life. And 
to never forget all my friends at MHS. 



Kerry Meehan 

Child Dev (1.2) Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in life. 



Chadi T. Mekhael 






Hammer, Slick 
Soccer (l); Model UN Ambition: To be 
successful and own my own com- 
pany one day. 




Robert H. Merrill 

Rob 
B-Ball 3) Ambition: To be successful in 
life, and to stay with Lisa for the rest of 
my life. Also, to be rich. 



Kristen Audra Minassian 

Tennis (3.4), Intl Cb (1-4); Amnesty 
(3.4). Model UN (3); Class Play; Prldrs 
(3.4) Ambition: To be successful in 
whatever I choose to do and to remem- 
ber all the memories of MHS. 



Melissa Lynn Monahan 

intl Cb (2-4); Amnesty (3,4); SpHS (4); 
Prldrs (3.4); Explorers (Pres 4) Ambi- 
tion: Not to dwell on the past or worry 
about the future but strive to fulfill my 
dreams. Also not to lose touch with 
my friends. 



Curtis J. Moore 

Gymnastics (1.4); Prldrs (2-4); Armgn' 
(1-4): Inti Cb (1-3); NHS (2-4): Marching 
Concert Band (1-4) Drum Major (3,4 
Ambition: Ambitions got Caesar killed 



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Todd J. Morasse 



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Nader Moussa 

Tennis Ambition: To go to college. 



Ronald E. Mushow 

Moosh 
Ambition: 1 hope one dag a beautiful 
girl will come along and have a heart 
as big as I do and will loue me as much 
as I loue her! 




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Robert Niceforo 

>rldrs (4): Class Play; Senate (2.3): 
Wrestling (1-3. Capt 4); Baseball (1); 
-tball (1,4) Ambition: To graduate from 
:ollege and to achieve all the goals 
hat I set. 



Jonathan Nichols 

Cisco-Kid! 
Ambition: To graduate. 



John Nicoletti 



Kristen Nimmo 

B-Ball (l); Softball (2): Model UN; Intern 
Ambition: To go into journalism or 
child care. 







Kelly Noyes 

Softball (1); F-Hockey (1-4); B-Ball (1-4); 
tntl Cb (3); Senate (3); intern: Prldrs 
(2.3); Model UN (3) Ambition: To open 
my own boutique and sell only the 
clothes that I would wear. 



Christine L. Nye 

Tree 
Debate (4); Art HS (4): P-Puff Ftball; P- 
Puff Hockey; Class Play Ambition: To 
become a successful artist. 



Kevin P. O'Loughlin 

Animal. Zero. Tim 
B-Ball (1-4). Tennis (3); Model UN Ambi- 
tion. To be successful in whatever 1 do. 



Paige Ouellette 



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James M. Pagnoni 

Baseball (1-4): BBall (l); Sci Cb (3); 
Prldrs (1) Ambition: To be the premier 
mouie maker of the 2lst century. 



James Palmieri 

Golf (2-4); Tennis (2,3, Capt 4): lntl Cb 
(1-4); SpHS (4); Sp Bowl (3) Ambition: 
To be a great lawyer. 



Heather Park 

Parko, PS. #3. Featherhead 
Senate (l): Class Tres (2-4); lntl Cb (1-4); 
Prldrs (2,3); FrHS (4); Model UN 3); 
Bldmbl (4); P-PuffFtball (1,4) Ambition: 
The mistress of mine own self and 
mine own sou! be. 



Tammy Patch 




Sheetal Patel 

Sheela 
Model UN; Sci Fair; Intern Ambition: To 
become a doctor. 



Matthew S. Pavolaitis 

Matt 
BBall (I); lntl Cb (2); Class Play: Jazz/ 
Con/March Band Ambition: To be a re- 
cording and production engineer. 



Julie J. Pawlick 

W-Track (3); Clrldr (4); lntl Cb (1-4); Skat- 
ing (1,2): Prldrs (1-4); Model UN (3) 
Ambition: To lead a healthy and 
happy life. 



Celena Marie Pelletier 

Bologna 
V-Ball (1-2); lntl Cb (1.2); Bldmbl Ambi- 
tion: To get a career in accounting, 
make it big, and be successful with 
Mike. 




James A. Pepe 

Pepe 
Ambition: To get into television broad 
casting or some aspect of the busi 
ness. 



Cara Peters 

Ambition: To always be happy no 
matter what I do or what happens in 
my life. 



Chad A. Pfeil 



Pifil. Biscit 
BBall (1-4); Ftball (1,4); STrack (3.4); P- 
Puff Chrldr (4): Class Play: Sci Cb (3) 
Ambition: "/ would rather sit on a 
pumpkin and haue it all to myself, than 
to be crowded on a velvet cushion. " — 
Thoreau 



Michelle Poirier 



Ski (l-3Capt 4; lntl Cb (1.2.4); Amnesty 
(3.4); Prldrs (1-4) Model UN (3); Bridge- 
busters (3,4); Class Play Ambition: To 
live for each moment and cherish each 
moment, but never take life too ser- 
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Lisa Polchlopek 

Chrldr (l.2Capt 3.4); mtl Cb (1); Intern; 
Amnesty (2); Model UN (3) Ambition: 
To hold on to what 1 have and never 
give up on what 1 want, and always 
remember the fun times with my 
friends (especially L.LJ 



Keith J. Poulin 

Pouls 
Ftball (1,3,4): B-Ball (2); W-Track (3.C4): 
STrack (3.C4); Class Sec (4): Bldmbl 
(3.4): P-Puff Chrldr (4) Class Play Ambi- 
tion: To live life to its fullest, make a lot 
ofS. and finally get my car on the road. 



Breda Elizabeth Putnam 

Prldrs (1-4): GPLC (2-4); NHS (3,4); Peer 
Institute; Regional Prldr Network 
Ambition: To humbly live my life for 
the one who gave up his life for me. 



Jennifer Lin Raymond 

Jenn 
Ski (1.2); Soccer (3); Bldmbl (2.3); P-Puff 
Ftball (2.4), Class Play Ambition: To be 
a manager of a five star hotel, be rich, 
and to live my life forever with Keith!!! 










Karyn Regal 

Skating (2,Capt 3.Pres 4); Prldrs: 
Newspaper (2.3. Editor 4) Ambition: 
To go into broadcast journalism. 



Victoria Lynne Rischer 

Vickie 
Ski (1.2) Ambition: To be successful in 
whatever 1 do and I especially want to 
be a good mother to my baby. 



Luicel Rodriguez-Lebron 

Lucy, Lu 
mtl Cb (4; Prldrs (1-4); SpHS (4); Girls 
State (3); Sp Bowl (3) Ambition: To be 
the best at everything, have no regrets, 
achieve more tomorrow than today. & 
be remembered for an eternal smile. 



James Ross 

Jim 

Ambition: To be happy and successful 
in whatever 1 do. 




Derek Michael Roy 

Ftball (2-4): Hockey (1-3); W-Track (4); 
STrack (3.4); Bldmbl (4); P-Puff Chrldr 
(4): Class Play Ambition: To help the 
handicapped and to coach my own 
sports teams. 



Nancy Irene Ruhmann 

Nirba 
mtl Cb (1.2); Prldrs (1.-4); Intern Ambi- 
tion: To work with children and to find 
happiness in whatever 1 do. 



Stephanie Rumore 

Steph 
Ambition: To become a successful 
psychologist. 



Kevin T. Rys 

Kevin T. 
Ambition: To figure out a way to take it 
with me. 



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Katherine C. Saab 

Kate 
Marchg/Jozz/Con Bd (2-4); lntl Cb (1.2); 
Prldrs (4); Class Play; Bldmbl (4) Ambi- 
tion: To attend the University of Hawaii 
at Manoa with Donna B. and create a 
new chillin' language for Performa- 
toids! 



Ziad Saab 



Charles Salvo 

Saluo 
Ftball (1); XCountry (2,3): W-Track (1-3); 
S-Track (1,2); Machine Shop Ambition: 
To Hue long, prosper, and boldly go 
where no man has gone before. 



Christopher G. Samataro 

Chili 

B-Ball (1-4); Baseball (1-4): Prldrs (3)\ 
Ambition: To go to college, plug bas- 
ketball in the Olympics, have fun an 
whatever I do. and meet the right girl 
who will be true. 




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Hockey (1-3, Capt 4); Baseball (1-3, 
Capt 4); Ftball 4); Bldmbl; Fr Bowl; P- 
Puff Coach Ambition: To pursue suc- 
cess and happiness by the road less 
travelled. 




Richard Schubert 

Hockey (1-4) Ambition: To go to col- 
lege and be successful in whatever 
field 1 study. 



Michael Sefsick 



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Deborah Anne Sharrock 

Debby 
Ambition: To go to California and 
make lots of money and to stay friends 
with Johanne and Vickie. 



Kelly -Anne Sheehan 

Class Play Ambition: To be rich and 
successful. 



Kerri-Lynne Sheehan 

Chrldr (2,3, Capt 4; Class Play Ambi- 
tion: To be successful and happy. 



Elvira Shephard 

Ambition: To be successful. 



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Todd M. Shevlin 

Hulk, Hulkster 
Soccer (1-3. Capt 4); Senole (4); FrHS 
(4); Class Ploy; Bldmbl Ambition: To 
graduate from college and own my 
own business. 



Peter Shipulski 

Pete 
Ambition: To live near the mountains 
peacefully. 



Brenda I. Shirton 

Drama (3); Chorus (1-4); Armgrs (1-4); 
Intern (4) Ambition: To go to college 
and become successful. 



Thomas Asa Siggins 

Thorn 
Ftball (1.2); W-Track (1,2); S-Track (1-2); 
Machine Shop Ambition: To run a 10 
second quarter-mile, to own my own 
speed shop, and be successful in' the 
automatic industry. 




Daryl Silva 



Brian Skaff 

Ambition: To be a paramedic. 



Johanne Smith 



Wendy Erin Smith 

Intl Cb (1,2); Senate (I); Prldrs (2): 
Amnesty (3); Yrbk; Bldmbl (4); Class 
Play Ambition: "Today, well liued. 
makes yesterday a dream of happi- 
ness, and tomorrow a vision of hope. " 




Gerald Jay Soucy Jr. 

Jay, Soozie 
I Gymnastics (1,2, Capt 4); Tennis (3); V- 
I Ball (4); Science Cb; lntl Cb; Prldrs; Sci- 
I ence Fair (1-4); Sp Bowl; Model UN 
I (3.4); Bldmbl (3.4); Class Play Ambi- 
tion: What Ambition??? 



Frank W. Spates 



Thomas A. Spinella 

Spina 
Ambition: To Hue life to its fullest and 
have my own business. 



Kelly Lynn Steele 

Kel 

Class Play; Art (1-4); Art HS Ambition: 
To be an Emerson graduate and have 
a successful career in theatre. 



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Nicole Strondak 

Nikki, Slick 
F-Hockey (1,2); Yrbk; Class Play Ambi- 
tion: To always remember to believe in 
myself and all things will be possible. 



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Stump 

Ftbail (1); Golf (2); Art HS (4) Ambition: 
To be successful in whatever I do, to 
own a Hemi, to make money . . . lots of 
money!, and to own an Italian restau- 
rant. 



Julie A. Sullivan 

Jules 
Tennis (2-4): Prldrs (2-4): SAC; NHS (2,3 
VP 4); Yrbk; Class Play Ambition: To 
live for today, love tomorrow, and 
laugh forever — never forgetting all my 
friends at MHS. my best buddy Pam & 
my "twin" J AS. 



Jill A. Sunderland 

V-Ball (1-3.C4); Tennis (3,4); B-Ball (1.2); 
NHS (2.3.Tres 4); Band (1-3); Prldrs (2-4) ' 
Yrbk Ed; Class Play Ambition: To 
leave my footprints in the sands of I 
time. & never forget the years wiBeanie 
&JAS. 




John R. Talbot 

Ambition. To join the Marines. 



Kristina L. Tarini 

Beanie 
Tennis (2-4); Soccer (3.4): Debate (Pres 
4); Prldrs (1-4); Yrbk; FrHS (4); Class 
Play Ambition: To live my life wearing 
mismatched socks & know 1 will 
someday discover the person wearing 
the matching pair. 



Eleanor Tarness 

P-Puff (2,4) Ambition: To have a long, 
happy, and successful life. 



Jessica Thibault 

Jess 
Ambition: To succeed in whatever 1 
do. 




Luz I. Torres 

luette 
Minority Cb Ambition: To be a sec- 
retary in a travel agency. 



Brenda Noemi Velez 

Ambition: To own my own successful 
business. 



Dana Marie Viveiros 

Ambition: To achieve the greatest 
amount of happiness in whatever 1 
choose to do. stay best friends with 
Trisha forever, never forget all our 
good times, and always keep a place 
in my heart for Nick. 



Patricia E. Voisine 

Trisha 
Ambition: To be successful in what 1 
do and always stay close friends with 
Dana, my best friend in the world. And. 
to always keep a space in my heart for 
Punky; no matter what the future holds 
for us. 



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Dinda 

\mnesty (3,4): Art HS (4); Yrbk; Prldrs 
1,2) Ambition: Everything's coming to 
j grinding holt: HC Jr RULES: AM is a 
lod — 8/1/89: DM & Tras — bags: De- 
mise!; 150 Bucky-Fu: PegLeg — The 
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Wade Ward 



Baseball (1,2,4) 



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Brian T. Waterworth 

B-Ball (2): Model UN; Class Play Ambi- 
tion: To one day open my own hotel, 
after receiving my Masters in Hotel 
Management at U.Mass. 



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Jennifer Wells 

Jenn 

V-Ball (1) Ambition: To still be in touch 
with my friends after graduation, find 
an easy and good-paying job, and 
marry someone good-looking. 1 want 
the rest of my life to be carefree with no 
iworries. 



James E. Winn 

Jim 

Ski (l-3.Capt 4) Ambition: To be limited 
by only my dreams. 



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Pat 
Hockey (l-3,Capt 4); Dist Ed (3,4): 
Bldmbl (3,4) Ambition: To be success- 
ful in whatever I do in life and re- 
member all my friends from high 
school. 





Jonathan D. Wlodyka 

Johno, The Wad 
X-Country (1-3.C4); W-Track (1-3.C4); S- 
Track (l-3,C4); Newspaper (3,4): Boys 
State (3): Model UN (3,4) Ambition: To 
be able to look in the mirror every day 
and be proud of the person staring 
back. 



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Gannon the Cannon 
W-Track (1-3.C4); S-Track (1-3.C4); De- 
bate (3,4); intl Cb (1,2); Prldrs (4): Class 
Play, P-Puff Chrldr Ambition: To lead, 
not follow. To remember the past, look 
to the future, and be happy. 



Gregory Wright 

Greg 
Tennis (2-4); NHS (2-4): FrHS (4): Desk- 
top Pb Ed: Fr Bowl (3,4); Boys State (3); 
Class Play Ambition: To be able to 
stand in the deepest shadow and see 
the clearest light. 



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Franziska Youngblood 

Frannie 
Arrngrs (2.3); Chorus (2); Clr Gd (4); 
Dance Cb (4); Variety Show (2,3); Tele- 
thon (3) Ambition: To have a happy, 
successful life and be able to endure 
any hardships along the way. 



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David Delli Colli 
Christopher D. Johnson 
Kevin C. Kam 
Christopher J. Maslbas 
Kevin T. McHale, Jr. 
Victor Jose Perez 
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David Shiebel 
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The Cinderella Team 
After clinching the Division 11 North Championships, the girls 
basketball team moved on to play Brockton in the Eastern 
Mass. finals at the Boston Garden. Even though the girls lost, 
playing on the parquet floor was an experience they will 
never forget. These girls have a lot to be proud of. 



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SUPERLATIVES 




Venus & Apollo 

Ryan Brooks & Shauna Max 



King & Queen 

Mac Liningston & Beth Licciardi 




Flirt & Casanova 

Gina Anselmi & Roy D'Agata 



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Nicest Eyes 

Nathan Ball & Sarah Marcoux 




Brute & Babyface 

Samantha Antoon & Frank Graziano 



Nicest Smiles 

Derek Ladd & Stacey Laverriere 



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Most Talkative 

Keith Poulin & Jen Covey 




Most Likely To Succeed Most Annoying Voice 



Julie Sullivan & Curtis Moore 



Gannon Woekel & Sylvie Levesque 



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Class Clown 

Kevin Rys & Lenore Bencivenga 




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John Kelleher & Stephanie Martin 



Friendliest 

Gannon Woekel & Wendy Smith 



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Most Artistic 

Mike Stumpo & Chrisinda Wain 




Best Dressed 



Liz Grenier & Rob Niceforo 



Preppiest 

Kris Tarini & Rick Juknavorian 



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Kathy Broadhurst & Jack Lees 





Best Friends 



Kerrie & Kellie Belluardo 






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Rob Niceforo & Gary Sanderson 



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Most School Spirit 

Bryan Gosselin & Kathy McEneany 



Most Athletic 

Dan Alicea & Laurie Berryman 




Lite Of The Party 

Christine Hersey & Alan DeLano 



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Cupid's Couple 

Jay Soucy & Nancy Ruhmann 



Class Actor & Actress 

Mike Stumpo & Kelly Steele 



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Teacher's Pet 

Jon Wlodyka & Jill Dinati 




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Mutt & Jeff 

Christine Nye, Ravi Agarwal, Kathy Lister & Chris Jones 




Worst Driver 

Nicole Strondak & Bob Kennedy 



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EDITOR'S NOTE — Thanks to the whole staff for all 
the work they did this year, Laurie B. for all the extra 
hours she put in during the summer, and my "spe- 
cial helper". It wasn't easy guys, but it's finally fin- 
ished! — Jill S. 



Cheerleadin: 




The 1990-1991 cheer- 
leading squad was led 
by senior tri-captains 
Michelle Hirsh, Lisa 
Polchlopek, and Kerri 
Sheehan. This season 
was Dawn Orlando's 
first year as head coach. 
The team was high- 
spirited and hard work- 
ing. These girls have a 
lot to be proud of. 



Marching Band 




This year's band did better than any 
band in the history of Methuen High. 
Led by drum majors Curtis Moore and 
Kim Andrew and soloist Marc Ange- 
lone, the band took first place in the 
categories of percussion, drum major, 
color guard, and music at almost every 
competition. This winning streak car- 
ried over into finals where they took 
second place. 



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This year's Homecoming Queen was Shauna Max. Runner-ups were Laurie Hoff- 
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Pep Rally 




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Honors Banquet 




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Sports Banquet 




Dan Alicea, Laurie Berryman, and Tara 
Mansour were all named Outstandin 
Athletes Of The Year. Other winners of 
special awards were Derek Ladd, 
Keith Poulin, Diana Diaz, Erin Galvin, 
and Chad Pfeil. This year, the MRAA 
said good-bye and thank-you to Pres- 
ident Bill Agnew by presenting him 
with a letterman' jacket. 



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1 . In Your Eyes — Peter Gabriel 

2. More Than Words — Extreme 

3. Time — Pink Floyd 

1. C + C Music Factory 

2. Journey 

3. Bon Jovi 



2. Billy Joel 
3 Madonna 



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1 Beverly Hills 902 

2. Murphy. BroA^a 

3. Twin Peaks 



1. Say Anything 

2. Top Gun 

3. Stand By Me 



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3. Tom Cruise 




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Song: 



1. I Touch Myself — De Vinyls 

2. Beat It — Michael Jackson. 
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1. 

2. Alf and Family 
i«^:*3tar Trek ^ ^ 

1. Oscar 

2. Howard the Duck 

3. Kickboxer 

1. Sylvester Stallone 

2. Dolph Lundgrenl 

3. Andrew Dice Clay 

1 . Roseanne Barr 

2. Alyssa Milano 

3. Madonna 

l Fish 

2. Liver 

3. Vegetables 

1. Ms. Dandreta 

2. Mr. Hallbauer 

3. Mrs. Bergeron 

1. HulkHogan 

2. Bo Jackson 

3. Larry Bird 




Mall 

2. Burger King 

3. Methuen! 





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CLASS HISTORY 



As we received our diplomas from eighth grade, we anticipated the first day of high school hen 
at MHS. 






The time came for freshman elections and we picked our officers. They were Kerrie Belluardo - 
President; Kellie Belluardo — Vice President; Kerri Sheehan — treasurer; and Katie Gilberti — sec 
retary. 

Many of our sports teams upheld the winning traditions of the Methuen High School Rangers 
The girls' Softball and spring track teams as well as the boys' cross country, baseball, and the gyrr 
nasties teams all turned in excellent performances and winning records. 

The holidays arrived and we eagerly awaited our Christmas Vacation. 

When we returned, the days quickly passed by until it was finally time for summer vacation an< 
te beginning of our sophomore year. 

Well we made it through our first year, mostly unscathed. After realizing that there was no thin 
floor or pool, we were on our way. No longer were we freshman, but one rank higher, sophc 
mores. We were no longer the bottom of the barrel. Now even we had someone lower than us. W< 
started to know the school a little bit better, and getting to class in those five minutes didn't seem a 
lard. 

Our class officers were chosen and those lucky few individuals were, Beth Licciardi as pre< 
iejent, Shanna Lynch as vice-president, Richelle Martin as secretary, and Heather Parkas treasure: 

Our sports teams were on a roil, volleyball finished a very fine 11-9 season. Football also playe 
well with a 6-4 season and finishing fourth in the MVC. Field hockey and soccer were still in th 
rebuilding years but kept the ranger spirit alive. Girls cross country finished the season with 7 win 
and 5 losses, while the boys rally 5 wins and 6 losses. Both gave it their best. The swimming tear 
placed 12th in the MVC. The girls and boys indoor track teams both had winning seasons with th 
boys placing well in the states and the girls just missing the MVC title by one point. The girls baske 
ball team dribbled their way to a 17-5 season. This was the fourth consecutive year that they qual 
tied for the states. The boys basketball team was an improving team with a 5-15 record and placin 
third in the division. The girls gymnastics team had an outstanding season with a 7-2 record an 
Kerrie Beeley qualified for the individual state meet. Golf had a record of 9-6-2 with Derek Lad 
getting Ail-Star honors. Hockey has a 4-14-1 season, but the rebuilding stages weren't over and tn 
best was yet to come. Wrestling finished with an outstanding 25-4 record making this the fourt 
time getting to the state meet. Dan Alicia made the All-Star team, and there was still more for him t 
come. 

Not all was pleasant this year. We all had to say good-bye to a good friend, Paul Zamojski, wj§| 
died well before his time. He was a good kid and we will all remember him. 

Well Christmas came and went and before we knew it it was spring and we made it through. Wj 
were upperclassmen now. 

Junior year, what surprises were in store for us. We were climbing the ranks. It was our turn to te 
the little freshmen to go to the pool and spa down by the gym and the basement. We were growin 
up as well. This would be one of the toughest years in our high school years. 



Our class officers were picked again and again. Beth Licciardi was president, Derek Ladd we 
7 ice-president, Kathy McEneaney was secretary and Heather Park was once again our treasure 



It was a tough season for most of our teams this year. They were plagued with injuries and set- 
backs. This, however, didn't let our ranger pride fall. Field hockey did finish the season with a fine 
record with Shanna Lynch getting^ifConference Honors. Girls basketball did capture the MVC 
small school title and made it to tjjsi; nes Division Northeastern Finalists. Girls track had a tremen- 
dous season with only one 1qs»< > ui Pleated Tewksl^B kniey made it to tar MVC small school 
states. Boys and girls outdooMat Jpad fine seasons with tl -Mgirlsfvinning th& lass B state cham- 
pionship. Baseball and sofmll iBth advanced into theW.Bter final rounds f the state tourna- 



The cheerleading squad ha<|a fantastic season 
Texas. They put on a fine \ >< ■rBrmf"" 



naking ifall the way to the championships in 



We attendee i the Model UN anci debated with other schools. We showed them what we wert 
made of. By spring we wet x x Abetting ready for the Semi-formal and picking our schedules for our 
final year. After three years. iBBas our turn to be at the tc >j ) of the heap, and we are the best senior 
class ever to leave Methuen wh School. 



Well, it finally arrived, 




y of our last and most memorable year - - we were seniors! 



Our class officers that were chosen this year were Beth Liccarcli — president; Shanna Lynch - 
vice president; Keith Poulin — secretary; and Heather Park — treasurer. The National Honor 
Society officers were also chosen. They were president — Mark Anthony Angelone; vice- 
president — Julie Sullivan; Histo/ian — Ravi Agarwal; secretary — Katie Gilberti; and treasurer- 
Sunderland. 




The Methuen High Athletics all had outstanding seasons this year. Many teams went on to start 
tournaments, won division titles, and achieved personal goals. Congratulations to all the athlete 
and captains who made this all possible. This was a year we will never forget. 



f Our homecoming queen, Shauna Max, was crowned at the annual Thanksgiving Day game 
against Central Catholic. She was accompanied by Laurie Hoffman — 1st runner up. and Kathy 
Lister — 2nd runner up. 

The Red Cross Bloodmobile Drive in December 1990, and May 1991 was a great succes 
Thanks to all the donors and volunteers that participated. 

As we returned from Christmas vacation we looked forward to the last four months of Sigh 
school. 



The senior class play "Don't Rock The Boat" was a great success, "The Mystery of Edwin DroocF; 
Methuen High's 1st musical in a number of years was also a hit. 

Then came an abundance of senior activities. We elected superlatives, submitted our special 
messages for the yearbook, left things to our friends (and enemies!) in the will, picked up our caps 
and gowns, and looked forward to Awards Night and the Honors Banquet. 

Many students were also filling out scholarship applications, deciding on vyfoere to attend col- 
lege, and making plans for the future. 

Finally, it came time for the prom and eventually GRADUATION!!! 

Even thougl^W hardly had any special privileges it was still a good year. Good luck to 
members oi^^lass of 1991 in the future. We hope to see you at our loth-year reunion. 





CLASS WILL 



try Sanderson, leave Shawn Mustapha a permanent hall pass. 

\ the Senior elass, leave Rob Merrill muscles to go along with his mouth. 
. Melissa Moschetto, leave Kerry Beeley a guaranteed spot as the centerfold of Playboy magazine. 

*renda Shirton, leave Amie Cianelli gas money for the rest of her life. 

en i'olley, leave Barbi Churchill the memories of those great stories every morning 

\ the hockey team, leave Pat Winn a varsity hockey letter. 

\ the senior class girls, leave Stacey Laverriere, Sean Mustapha. 
Mike Ferrara, leave the Yearbook Staff a decent gumby £r-shinB 
1. Jay Consoli, leave Katie Gilberti another heart to rip apart. 

I, Walter Choroco, leave Melissa Markey a glass eye to replace the eye. I blinded in the snowball light 
t. Heather Park, leave Stacey Laverriere a muzzle for the next party. 

I, Stacey Laverriere, leave Matt Eaton a barf bag and my Fonzi doll — what over's left of it. 
We, the Senior girls, leave BJ. Churchill a lot of credit for putting up with all she went through. 
We, the Senior class boys, leave Liz Grenier a helmet to cover that hair-do and to keep her head from g< tin itj - m . 

bigger. i ii-^**' Wk ' ^r^^smmf 

1, Michael J. Stumpo, leave Jack Lees a big. old can of, beans. 
1, Wendy Smith, leave Brian and Brad Gosselin a crash helmet for the 
We Wendy Smith and Nancy Ruhmann. leave Kristen Menassian Osc 
Costello, leave Kim Beal a place in Florida to come live with mi 





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Gary Sanderson, leave Kevin Rys a year supy 

Gary Sanderson, leave Mr. Caruso a muzzle. % 

Mr l lallbauci a briefcase that lot ks. 

Jamie Cuneen all the trophies he thought he had. ^0 

oil, Sean Foley, and Chris Samataro, leave Skip Buonanno tl'il dr< 

leave Kevin Rys 25 pounds so he can give blood.-" 
jve Nicole Strohdak a large sum of money so she wouldn' 
aye Ronnie Mushow a secret rendezvous with Jodie Ftirey. 
C leave Rob Merrill a clean mind. 

ulkster, leave Kevin Rys the bat he got hit with 

in, leave Kevin Frances some animals to g£> with his arc. 

_ea Costello, leave Mrs; Krussell happy times with her ne 



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We, Jenn Caster. Kim Corsaro & 

every outfit site owns. 
1. Maria B.nbagallo, leave Lenore Bencivenga another dirty joke. 
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cave PaiTi Bergeron all the memories of the friendship that 1 cherish so mucM: id ihe ho| >e il iat w< 
riends always. ** ^B 

ve Todd Shevlin the candy promised from Faster. 
r, leave Sarah Marcoux the slim and beautiful body she thinks sh; 
ea\ e Deb 1 iujiai all our good times and happy memories. m 

)all team, leave the soccer team the appreciation for their suppbr 
Mt, leave Joe Cianciolo hugs and kisses. 

leave Jill Sunderland a subscription to the boyfriend of the mon 
eave Mike stumpo tht night I promised him. 
Sheehan, leave Kim Mart c\n apology and the best of luck in 
re, leave Todd Shevlin one more game of Marco Polo a 
up for it!! 

Katie Gilberti nothing:.— 'absolutely nothing 
Jenn Folev an extra hour so she can get to school on tin 
all the talent l lack to Kelly 1 lutton. 
my little brother Dennis"; the brains to stay in school. 
leave Tom Spincllu ,i hat it) tit his Jumbb-sized egghead. 
Todd Shevlin a new dark place to hide his dead bodies, bt 
the 1991 yearbook staff three large cheese pizzas. 
* Amanda & Sylvie a lifetime of friendship. 



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I, Marc Angeione. 
I, Shannon Barrv. 
I, Chrisinda Wain 
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I, Kim Gaffney, leave Kristen Minassian George Mi Fly. 

I, Jill Sunderland, leave Greg Wright some soap to wash tht 

The Prom From 
We, Gannon VVoekei A Debb\ Sharrot k. leave Nader <mi\ Zifte another joyous year at "\ 
We, Pam Bergeron and Chris Nve. leave Jen Covey three lonely nights of office detention 
l, MelissajHpnohan. leave Carina LaScola a happy life with Wayne because she deserves it. 
I, Kristen Minassian. leave Gannon Woekel the date he- "always wanted. 
I. Maria Barbagallo. leave Katrtna another story about Chris, 
l, Kellie Belluardo, leave Brenda Shu tori all my ( harge t ards. 
I, Michelle Hirsch, leave the Dongas the Fourth of July forever. 

Kim Hart, leave Colleen Cleary a one year membership to Jenny Craig and a shopping spree at the Salvation 
!. List) Polchlopek. leave Jen Caron the best friendship weVe had for the past H years. 
I, Jill Dinati, leave Dawn Kenyon a new guy for every day of the year. 

odd. and Brian, leave Ronnie Mushow the Ace of Hearts and sottrj coof-beans. 
X" the elass of 92 another year in this non-ventilated school! 
.add, & Chris Samataro leave Jamie Cuneen bigger hallways for his big head. 
Mike Stumpo some mouthwash to cure his "dragon breath", 
leave John Desrnei the tape of his idol Rain Man. 
>w & Todd Shevlin, leave Jack Lees a set of 14 stairs to throw his sister up. 
leave Brad & Bryan Gosselin enough bus fare to get from place to place until they finally get their 






h Kristen across the street. 



We, the Senior clats boys, leave Ravi Agarwal Head & Shouldg 

We, a select few of the Senior Class boys, leave Bob Drew hi 

I, Chuck Salvo, ledPre Eric Silvestro some chicken & watermef* 

1, Eleanor Tamessf leave Julie Pawlick many good years of fri 
l We, the Bea's car crew, leave Mike Stumpo a shirt that fits him 
| We, the Senior girls, leave Jamie Cunneen an extra set of luggage to take on his ego trip. 

f, Ravi Agarwal, leave Julie Sullivan boxing gloves. 

I, Jim Pagnoni, leave Dan Salois the dream rorle captain of the*baseball Warn. 

1, Kate Saab, leave the Band a golden season and lots of happy rflemories. 

I, Stacy Bedard, leave Pam Bergeron another bar of soap. 

1. Sarah Marcoux, leave Todd Shevlin, Gary Sanderson and Rob Niceforo the ability to always be "dopey-fresh". 

I, Kathy Bova, leave Debbie Taylor a box of Fig Newtons. 

We, the Senior class girls, leave Kathy Broadhurst the perfect body she thinks she has. 

We, the class of 91, leave Shanna Lynch, Kathy McEneaney & Sarah Marcoux tickets to the Junior Prom. 

1, Kathy McEneaney, leave Sarah, Shanna, Tara and Laurie all the good times that we've had. 1 love you guys!! 

I, Tracie Bowker, leave Rita Augusta with the featherweight boxing title. 

We, the fans of the basketball team, leave Kevin O'Laughlin a gold-plated seat on the bench. 

1, Katie Gilberti, leave Heather Park & Kathy Lister the motivation to do a sport if they ever make it to college. 

1, Kathy McEneaney, leave Liam McCarthy a date that will never happen. 

1, Nancy Ruhmann, leave Jay Soucy my heart that he has captured, the memories we have shared and the dreams of 
our future. 

I, Vickie Rischer, leave Debby Sharrock all the memories of high school years and many more in the future. 

1, Katie Gilberti, say thanks to Roy D'Agata for just being a friend. 

I, Jenn Raymond, leave Jen Covey a padded toilet seat so you will have a soft place to put your head after all the 
parties at UMass. 

1, Heather Fishwick, leave Breda, Kim, and Nancy our infamous night on the town. 

1, Sylvie Levesque, leave Matt Geebo a recorded tape of my laughs so he can practice imitating them in Pre-Calculus 
class when I'm gone. & 

Wejhe girls, leave Mr. Francis 7th period Super session. 

We, the class of 91, leave the Belluardo twins a separation at birth. 

We, Siraen Giordano and Brian Waterworth leave Mr. Caruso a lifetime membership to Hair Club for Men. 

I, TinaHlrdy, leave Shauna Max great memories of our friendship and more to come. 

1. El< Mm Tarness, leave Kelley Steele a date with Mr. Caruso, at the Golden Banana. 

I. R< Vjitf I. leave Chadi Mekeal a joke he can take. 

r, Rlji Merrill, leave Karin Kucukistepanoglu a date with Ronnie Mushow. 
Lenore Bencivenga, leave Melissa Moschetto an apartment in Malibu and a Villa in Italy. 

Candi Beauregard, Elsa Leal, and Maria Barbagallo, leave Erin Twomey a date with John Lucinskas and Heather 
liveri an unforgettable night with Todd Shevlin. 
e, the senior girls, leave Tracy Boutin her own story teller award, 
aiulio Mambro, leave Mr. Herlihy a box of Altoids at the Red Roof Inn. 

We, the senior class, leave Shanna Lynch and Tara Mansour a telephone so maybe now they will talk. 

We, Amanda Hughes and Sarah Marcoux, leave Jon Wlokyka all the noogies we never gave him in return. 
Jen Covey, leave Bob Dorman a nice waitress at K.F.C. without a mustache. 

I, Jay Soucy, leave Nancy Ruhmann nothing at all, because I'll be spending the rest of my life with her. 

1. Beth Licciardi, leave Derek Ladd the memories of a special friendship; hopefully one that will last forever. 

1, Skip Buonanno, leave Andrea Mitchell all the special memories we'll always and forever have. 

We. BethJ^iBai and Katie Fleming, leave Chad Pfiel manners for thj^jiter-garne get togethers at Dereks. 

We, Jul«Sullivan, Michelle Poirier, and Katie Gilberti, leave 1 odd Shevlin the Moulin Rouge. 
| We, KJlflyHBrlPlfhurst and Tracie Bowker, leave Ryaj^aa^fe Mjnx?dneelsp to abuse 

i. Alan DeLano, leave the JV wrestling teamaMggi tun ■■.< , ir with Frank Chi 

1. Stephanie Houser, leave Traei Bowker a window to climb out of and a party to crash. 
■I. Kristina Tarini, leave; MarcA^gMi' my black lace bra and the night he almost saw it. 
J We, H.R. NWIO, leave^MjB.; is< > ,\ \ ear supply of monoxodyl and an autographed photo of Sy Sperling. 
I We. the senio|^|rtL l< av< I u ;~ournier the five minutes alone with Tara and Shanna lie always wanted 
li. GanjMartj Woekel. leave my fellow classmates earplugs. 
]ML' " •' ' s ' ;i •' > '■■'■ ' -'< ■ Galvin some Fruitloops to go along with his Toucan Sam nose. 

1. I ;ick Juknavorian, leave Marc Angelone a bigger ego 

I ' I ristine Hersey. leave Rita Augusta a toy box. a right directional, and a pair of boxing gloves. 
; 'am Bergeron, leave lulie Sullivan all our best buddy talks and our friendship that will be forever. 

i, Mac Livingston, leave the senior class all the best! 

I. I )awn Lavigne, leave Sylvie Levesque a shelf for all of her books she brings to homeroom. 

we, the Dongas, leave Shanna one more fide d< >wn Ranger Road. 

I, Kim Beal, leave Lea Costello a never ending friendship and also wish her the best of luck in 

I, Katie Fleming, leave Liam another egg to hit the inside of my car with his great aim 

i. < :ha< i I M'eil. leave my brother another year to try and pass freshman year. 



We. the class of 1991, leave C 
We. Kerry Beeley and Danielli 
l i .auric Berryman. leave 
We. the senior class, leaVi 
l, Frank Graziano, leave Lori 
We. Richelle Martin and ( :au< 
We, the senior girls, leave Jill 
We. the class ot 1991, leav< ■ 



Jersey, Jack Lees, and Kathy Broadhurst 
>negan, leave Gannon Woekel a gallon of 
fa Lynch a friendship that will last foreva 
?e Decesare a blow up doll of Wayne Fuwal 
trey my heart. 

[Beauregard, leave Danielle Donneg an a lew bum 
)inati a blow-up doll of Mrs. PillBWfkiss Up to 
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PROPHECY 

During the summer of 2001, Derek and I bumped into our old buddy Dave whitin&^^H 
doing our community serviceWroBIt Shady Acres Retirement Home. 1 le told us that ti 
was time to round up our old classmates from Methut i 1 I ligl i lor our ten year reuni( n \. Tc 
help us out as lie always has, he gave us a list of contacts in various states that would helj 
us in quickly locating everyone in time for the reunion. Our first stop was ( ;aliion lia, m< >rc 
specifically, Los Angeles. When we stepped off our jet we met our first contact Senatoi 
Ajay "Evander" Kuntamukkala and his secretary Mike "Desert Storm" Ferrara. lie pre -sc t hoc 
us with a list of names and told us that we would have little trouble finding them CTJ.uk 
L. A. We began our search on Hollywood Boulevard where we found a group of Ml IS fine :s 
girls sleeping in their elegant cardboard box homes. Tracie Bowker, Christine Hers^H iru 
JoAnna Emery were more than 1 lappy to find a place where there would be free food and c 
warm bed and agreed to 4 come. pfc. 

Derek and 1 proceeded to a more lavish part of California; Beverly Hills, when w( U n u k 
Kelly Steele premiering in her first adult movie opposite Curtis Moore in "Big Women Si r ial 
Men" written and directed by Kristina Tarrini. 

We moved on again this time to San Francisco where we ran into Sergio Viera aru 
Shane Jozokos, still driving around in his mother's red Mustang GT, who told us about < 
contest that a few of our fellow classmates were competing in so we decided to go. Whcr 
we arrived inside we saw Jack fflHf and Keith Poulin in first place and runner up of the "Mr 
1 Am The Universe Contest." 

By now we had completed our list, we boarded our jet and decicfed to move east tc 
Illinois where we met up with our seconp! contact Sean "Fist of Fury" Foley now a work 
renowned writer of the #1 best seller "How to Treat a Girlfriend" published by the preside i i 
of the Donga company Laurie Berryjnan. 

Our first stop in Illinois was in Chicago where Sean decided to get us some hot tickets u 
the Bulls game from convict Mark Gabryjelski. \%e gbktherejust in time to see Chris Sam 
mataro do a 360 jam on a breakaway only to be fouled and thrown to the ground by Miam 
Heats first female professional player Tara Mansour. But not to worry, because muscle 
men Skip Buonnano and Kevin O'Loughlin were on top of things, jumping off the benci i u 
beat up Tara. What a game! 

Next, we went to the Oprah Winfrey show with fill-in-host Sarah Marcoux and today'! 
topic being why people deal with bad relationships. Guests stars Shanna Lynch an< 
Chuck Salvo. After completing our mission in the state we jetted down to Colorado when 
we met Chad Pfeil. He started us on our search by bringing us to Muamar where we fount 
pilot Mark Angelone and his co-pilot Katie Gilberti otherwise known as "Sharpo Lac: an< 
"Ever Ready." We jumped aboard their aircraft and flew up to Vail where we found ski it 
structors Erin Galvin and Michelle Poirier hard at work. They told us about a new clul 
called Double vision. Erin thought that we could find a lot of our classmates there. Whet 
lot outside there we saw a sign outside saying there was live entertaii tmeni ! >y the 1 1< 




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so Divine Sisters, Kerrie & Kellie Belluardo and Amanda Auteri. Inside we found Brad & 
Bryan Gosselin behind the bar. while Kerri & Kelly Sheehan paraded around in skimpy out- 
fits serving drinks. Our mission now took us to New York where we met up with another 
contact, cab driver Mac Livingston. 1 le thought it would be nice to show us the finer parts 
of N. Y. , starting with NYC. Here we met up with Rick Juknavorian, on his way to ballet prac- 
tice. Across the way there was a high fashion modeling shoot taking place. On the set v 
found designer Liz Grenier. and make-up artist Katrina Blaisdell. 

Further down in Harlem we found a huge party hosted by Gannon Woekel. As usua 
Gannon still finds tim< mo throw parties every weekend while >alancing several jobs at th 
nearby mall. 

And our last trip while in New York was to the^f%yboy mansion where we found Play- 
boys Roy DAgata and J< >< Ourrao editing the homemade centerfolds in by Kerry Beeley. 

Next we ventured south to Florida where we found our fifth contact John Desmet, a tour 
guide for bachelor's club in 1 >< ivtona. He brought us to the Miss Daytona Beach contest just 
in time to see Tina Hardy cr< mi u <; ft judges Roseanna Graviano, Celena Pelletier, and 
Kelly Hutton. ■*&.. 

Down a little further in Tampa I >ay, we saw football great Frank Graziano getting in 
shape with athletic: trainer Diana i )iaz h Mis upcoming season. Also at the location was 
aerobic trainer and drug tester Kelly Noyes. 

On our way back to the airport we propped by a fat farm where we found co-owners 
Kathy Broadhurst and Kevin Rys combined weighing only 175 pounds 

We decided to go to one more stale before returning to MA. We headed for Penn 
^ylvania. Here we found our contact Fattier Greg Wright. He thought he would like to show? 
us some of the girls that recently joined the sisterhood. Among them were Nanc>|| 
Ruhmann, Breda Putnam, Julie Sullivan and Karen Kalitka. Due to his retreat he could onl>B 
spend a short while with us. He left us with another contact, sex therapist Kathie" 
McEneaney and her partner Gay Rights Activist Mike Stumpo. They took us to a singles bar 
where we found exotic dancers Jay Soucy & Ted Andrew. Among the screaming fansf 
were Katie iteming, Kathy Lister, and Heather Park 

It was now time for i \Wo head back to Massachusetts. There we would be meetin 
housewife Wendy Smith. We jumped in the wagon and headed for good old M.H.S. Alon 
our way we saw a group of activists protesting the school system. Among them wer 
Chrisincia Wain, Dana Viverous, and Tricia Voisine. A little bit further down the road we sa 
Ryan Brooks and Mike Battye cruising down Haverhill Street chasing Pete Shipulski on hi 
turbo Schwinn bicycle. 

We finally arrived at M.H.S. Our journey was finished and it was time for our reunio 
About the only thing that change* I ■ lour school since we left was our principal, now Cart 
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To Deb: I saw a navy blue bird flying way above the sea. 
walked on and 1 learned later that this navy blue bird was me. 
returned a paler blue bird, and this is the advice they gave me 
"you must not try to be too pure, you must fly closer to the sea. 
So . . . always hold on to a piece of yourself. S.O.S. — Erin 

Cindy: 1 wish you the best of luck in college and 1 hope that we' 
always be best friends. — Sylvie 

Lenore: Laverne and Shirley — friends forever! Wait until th( 
Paris apartment! — Love, Julie 

Tracie and Lisa: You are the best friends anyone could ever asl 
for. Never lose touch. 1 luv you guys! — Michelle 

Skip: You're the brother 1 never had. Thanks for everything. - 
Love, Laurie 



Nikki: You're my brown eyed girl. — Alan 

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To Erin: Comin' down the mountain; one of many childrer 
^ Deb 



Misha: GG2-GG1 — Remember the "ludicrous" notes, France 
and the best of times! — Love, Julie 

Chris (FA FA): Besides being my favorite cousin you've als< 
been a great friend. Thanks for everything you've done for me 
love you! — Laurie (Lou-Lou) 



Curtis: We've come a long way since the roller coasters in th 
sand. You'll always be my oldest and dearest friend. I love ya! - 
Kristina 

Tina: We will be best friends forever. Thanks for everything 
Love ya. — Shauna 



Sylvie: Thanks for the memories! We'll always be best friend.' 
— Cindy 



Special Messages 



Chris: We did it! We finally made it to college! Good luck! — 
-ove, Cindy 

D ammy: Best Buddies forever! Never forget Bill, Ned, Kip, Jim 
. . Matt, Chris, Dan ... — Love always, Julie 

Curtis: 1 promised you this . . . Provolone? Luv ya kiddo! — Jill 

ro The Dongas: I'll never forget all the fun times we've had. — 
^ove, Laurie 

vlark: High school has been a blast! I'll never forget homeroom. 

— Love, Laurie 

ro Erin: 1 feel as if I'm sitting in an open boxcar and it's heading 
3ut of town. It looks like the inside of a prison cell. I'm scared 
and I'm excited. — Deb 

Beanie: Thanks for being one of the only true friends that I can 
:ompletely trust. You're the best. — Love, Julie 

ro Julie: It's funny how close you can become from a "hard" situ- 
ation. I love ya girl, and I will always be a true friend. — Beanie 

lulie and Kris: Thanks for all the memories. It's been real . . . Oh 
sorry ... I mean fake. — Jill 

-riends: I didn't deserve this much fun this year. GOOD LUCK! 

— Jonathin Wlodyka 

sfikki: Thank you for helping me win life of the party. — Alan 

Shanna: You're the best friend anyone could ask for. Love, 
^aurie B/F/F 

ro Lenore: You are such a special person in my life and you al- 
ways will be. Good luck in all that you strive for. I love you! — 
Beanie 

3ary: I hope you remember the great times we've shared in 
ligh school. — Nicey 









TEDDY ANDREW: 

Never stop reaching for the 

stars!! 

Love, 
Mom 



GINA ANSELM1: 
Well!! You finally made it, all 
your hard work has paid off. 
We are so proud of you. You 
will always be our baby girl. 
Love, 
Mom + Dad 






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SAMANTHA ANTOON: 
To our happy and smiling 
daughter. Just always be you, 
and you will find happiness in 
all that you do. Good Luck. 
Love, 
Mom + Dad 




KERRIE + KELL1E 
BELLUARDO: 

Look out world. Here com 
the Belluardo Twins! Wit 
your sweet loving spirits. Yo 
both have much to bestow o 
this needy world! 
Love, 
Mom + Dad 



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LENORE BENCIVENGA: 
You have made us very proud 
of you. We know you will be 
successful in life. We love 
you. 

Mom. Dad and Lisa 



LAURIE BERRYMAN: 
A sweet little girl on your First 
Communion Day. You have 
turned into a beautiful young 
lady. We loved you then, we 
love you now, and we will al- 
ways love you. 
Love, 
Mom + Dick 






KATR1NA BLAISDELL: 
August 5, 1973 was a very 
special day for me. You are 
our pride and joy. Then, now 
and will forever be. 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 



KATHY BROADHURST: 
Congratulations, Kathleen. 
Too quickly the years have 
past." You have made us the 
"proudest parents." Wishes for 
much success, happiness 
whatever you do! 
Love, 
Dad + Mom 





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DAWN CAMPAGNONE: 
Watch out world "here 1 come." 

Love, 

Ma + Dad 





JOHN DESMET: 
May your smiles last forever. 
We're proud of you. 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 




BOB DOORMAN: 
May you always keep that 
positive attitude that has 
helped you get through so 
much. You're a wonderful per- 
son and I'm very proud of you. 
Love, 
Ma 



JO ANNA EMERY: 
YouVe come a long way baby! 
And oh baby, look at you now! 
We're proud of you. Good 
Luck, "Wood Stock". 

Love, 
Mom, Meredith + "Pa" 





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MICHAEL FERRARA: 
Remember "contentment is 
not in the fulfillment of what 
you want, taut the realization 
of what you already have." Al- 
ways walk with God in your 
heart. 

Love, 
Mom, Jim + 

Matt 



WAYNE FEUG1LL: 
I am so very proud of you. Al- 
ways know how special you 
are to me. 

Love, 
Mom 




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THER F1SHWICK: 
Look back at how small you 
were. Look at where you are 
now. we are so proud of you. 
We love you, 
Mom & Dad 







JENNIFER FOLLEY: 
It seems like only yesterday 
you were this small. Now you 
are a young lady so full of 
promise and hope. Much hap- 
piness, success, love! 



ERIN GALVIN: 

YouVe done a great job in high 

school. Keep it up!! Good luck! 

Love, 

Mom, Joey, Heather, + Jake 



STEPHEN GIORDANO: 
Never forget who you are. 
where you came from, and 
where you want to go! 
Love. 
Dad + Mom 





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LIZ GRENIER: 

"Oh" that smile! Its made us 
happy parents. Just remem- 
ber to keep it, along with your 
wonderful sense of humor. 
Love, 
Mom + Dad 



K1MBERLY HART: 
From nursery school to high 
school the years have flown 
by. I hope life brings you as 
much happiness as you have 
brought to me. 

Love, 
Mom 




KERRIE HEBERT: 
Best of luck in all your art proj- 
ects + all your future endeav- 
ors. We are all very proud of 
you. 

Love. 
Mom, Dad, Kim + Tracy 





AMANDA HUGHES: 
Your 1st birthday! Where have 
the years gone? We are so 
proud of the wonderful young 
woman you have become. 
Congratulations Mindyl 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 



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MAC LIVINGSTON: 
Mac Livingston is quite a guy. 
You can't call him quiet. You 
can't call him shy. He has a 
heart as high as the sky. 

Love, Mom + Dad 



SARAH MARCOUX: 
YouVe become a very special 
young lady — but remember, 
you're always be our "little girl". 
May all your dreams come 
true! 

Love, 
Mom + Dad 





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RICHELLE MARTIN: 
We wish the best to our beau- 
tiful, special daughter. YouVe 
brought us so much joy and 
laughter. Congratulations! We 
love you! 

From, 
Mom + Dad 



KATH1E MCENEANEY: 
Your a wonderful daughter 
and now you have become a 
lovely young woman. I'm 
proud of you. Congratulations 
1 hope all your dreams come 
true. I love you. 
Love. 
Mom 



KERRY MEEHAN: 
We are very proud of you. You 
have grown in many ways 
and have brought love and joy 
our lives. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 







ROB MERRIL: 

Congratulations Rob we're 

mighty proud of you and wish 

you all the best in everything 

you do. Lots of love. 

Mum, Trisha and Jamie 



JAMES PAGNON1: 
Congratulations! You worked 
hard and made your family 
proud! 




MATTHEW PAVOLAITIS: 
It was only yesterday you 
were racing Match Box cars. 
Graduation congratulations, 
Matthew. We love you and 
wish you all the best life can 
offer. 

Love, 
Ma, Tom and 

Gram 










JULIE PAWLICK: 
Words could not describe our 
love for you, so I'll just say, we 
love you and are proud of you, 
(our little jelly-bean). 
Love. 
Mom + Dad 



DEREK ROY: 

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It seems like yesterday when 
you were just one. But time 
flew by and your graduation 
has come. Remember we 
love you and we're glad your 
our son. 






BRENDA SHIRTON: 
We are very proud of you. 
You're a beautiful daughter in 
every way. Happiness + suc- 
cess always. Keep on singing 
arranger. 

Love, 
Mom + Dad 



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THOMAS SIGGENS: 
Hold on to your dreams, and 
your future will be filled with 
success. As always, Thorn, 
be the best person you can. 
You have brought love and 
happiness to us and we're 
proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



WENDY SMITH: 
Your full of smiles and of fun. 
YouVe learned how to be a 
friend by having friends. You 
always give your best and de- 
serve the best. 

Love. 
Mom 




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MIKE STUMPO: 

We love you. Mom and Dad 



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JILL SUNDERLAND: 
You are the delightful + happy 
memories of the past. The ex- 
citing + precious moments of 
the present. The hope and 
promise of the future. My best 
for many days in the sun! 
With love, 
Mom 



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KR1ST1NA TARIN1: 
What a wonderful young 
woman you have grown to be. 
I am so proud of you! Keep 
smiling, laughing, dreaming, 
and believing. (Thank you for 
being you) 

Love, 
Mom 



DANA V1VEIROS: 
It seems like only yesterday 
you were starting kinder- 
garten, now you are graduat- 
ing high school. 1 wish you 
happiness and a good future. 
Love, 
Mom 






PATRICK WINN: 
Thank you for the LOVE 
and LAUGHTER you 
bring to all of us. You 
make our world 
wonderful. We love you 
very much . . . 
Mom, Dad, Tim, & Bryan 






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From The Ingalls' 

Congratulations to the 

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From Close Encounters 

Best of Luck 
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The Family Affair 
127 Merrimac St. Methuen 

A.J. Ratte inc. 
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Congratulations Class of 1991 

United Associates Auto & Truck 

Appraisal 

Congratulations & Good Luck 
Prudential Howe Real Estate 

Conlin's Pharmac^ 
30 Lawrence St. Methuen 

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